Like most runners, I have been sidelined by injury and frustrated while waiting it out to heal. Over the years, I’ve learned from many credible and talented partners of ours that healthy training and post-injury care are critical to staying on my feet. We want to give you direct access to ask your injury-prevention and recovery questions to one such valued partner, Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Centers (PTSMC).
We’re excited to be joined in our #askHMF Twitter Q&A series this Friday by Kathryn Flodquist, PT, DPT, cert. MDT, CSCS. Kathryn is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with PTSMC and also a USA Triathlon Level 1 coach.
As a physical therapist and triathlete herself, Kathryn is well equipped to answer your questions on common injuries like Plantar Fasciatis, Achilles tendonitis and ITB syndrome/knee pain and can offer healthy training tips.
“In over 15 years as a physical therapist and a triathlete I’ve learned a massive amount about how the body moves, how to make it move better, how to train and race, how to recover, how to eat and how to make it all fit in my life. I welcome the opportunity to pass this knowledge on!” -Kathryn
Kathryn will join us from 1-2:00 pm on Friday, June 20, via @RunHMF, just send your questions to us using #askHMF. Learn more about Kathryn and PTSMC below, we look forward to hearing from you Friday!
Kathryn Flodquist graduated from the University of Hartford in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy. In 2011 she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Des Moines University. Kathryn joined PTSMC in February 2007. For more on Kathryn, please visit http://
PTSMC is an outpatient physical therapy company with 12 clinics throughout the state of Connecticut. They worked hard to achieve a reputation as a leader in healthcare. The practice offers physical therapy services specializing in musculoskeletal, orthopedic, and sports related injuries. Therapists at PTSMC improve the quality of people's lives by providing unmatched patient experiences, clinical excellence and lifelong relationships. PTSMC helps return patients to work, their athletics and the lifestyle they enjoyed prior to injury or surgery. The physical therapists of the practice focus on individual needs of each patient and develop treatment programs that are the safest, most efficient routes to fast recovery. More information can be found on http://www.ptsmc.com/