What is the OSU Endurance Medicine Program?
We are a group of physicians, sports physical therapists, athletic trainers and board certified specialists who work with athletes who compete in endurance sports. We have specialized training in treating common injuries that affect endurance athletes, preventing injuries, improving performance and getting you back to sport. We understand that you often fear the recommendation to discontinue the sport that you love. When evaluated promptly and appropriate measures are taken, many injuries that affect endurance athletes can be treated early, preventing time away from your sport. We also help with community outreach speaking to and educating area fitness groups and business about common injuries, injury prevention and safe training. We specialize in the treatment of runners, triathletes, swimmers, cyclists and rowers.
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What special services do we offer?
Running Video Gait Analysis
What is included in a running video gait analysis?
A running gait analysis is geared toward injured and non-injured runners for assessment of running form. The assessment includes a medical and training history, assessment of range of motion, strength and functional screening, and video analysis of running form with feedback. Afterwards we offer recommendations for running form modifications, recommendations on foot wear, exercises to prevent injury and training advice upon your running analysis.
Who should get a running gait analysis?
All runners! Runners who are experiencing any type of pain or issue with their running as well as runners looking to assess the efficiency of their running gait and form in order to make improvements and prevent any future issues.
What is the cost?
The running video gait analysis can either be billed through insurance if you are a patient or if you’re injured, with a referral from your physician. The other option is fee for service which costs $100.
What is included in a bike fit?
Our program includes a medical history and functional screening, dynamic bike fit performed on a trainer, biomechanical measurements of fit, and appropriate adjustments and recommendations on way to treat or prevent injuries.
Who should get a bike fit?
What is the cost?
Bike fit can either be billed through your insurance if you are a patient or if you have a referral from your physician. The fee for service option also is available with the assessment costing $100.
Meet our Bike Fit staff.
To make an appointment, give us a call at
614.293.3600 (OSU Campus) or