RunWell Sports Medicine Clinic

Run Well – Open Clinic

RunWell is a sports medicine and injury prevention clinic for runners, hosted by myself and athletic trainer Sarah Booker, MS, ATC, CSCS, at Open Door Integrative Wellness in White River Junction, VT .

Athletes of all levels can come together to complete injury prevention, prehab, and mobility exercises, meet with the coaches, and find support in a group setting. If you have experienced an overuse injury (currently or past), or you wish to prevent injury and strengthen connective tissue, please join us.

Participants are encouraged to attend the full four week session, though drop ins are accepted. Athletes who preregister for all four will also have a private consultation with the coaches prior to the start of sessions. Details below. 

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Details

  • 4 week session: September 17, September 24, October 1, October 8. 
  • Tuesdays 5:30pm-6:30pm
  • Open Door Workshop in White River Junction
  • 30-40 minutes of injury prevention exercises
  • 10 minutes of group education
  • 10 minutes of manual therapy (for full-session participants who have been evaluated in an individual meeting)

Cost and Registration

4-week full session: $100 (Individualized plan, manual therapy)

Drop-in: $35/session (standardized running injury prevention program, no manual therapy)

Please register here to attend any of the sessions. 

Registration for the full 4 week session includes an individual session to determine your needs before the group begins.  Complete your injury prevention with support and progressions. Manual therapy available for 10-15 minutes as needed.

Participants of fewer than 4 sessions and drop-in participants will complete a standardized injury prevention program for runners, created by Sarah and Carly

 

Meet my fellow coach, Sarah Booker, MS, ATC, CSCS

Sarah Booker

Athletic Trainer (Sports Medicine), Personal Trainer

Sarah Booker explores the connections between medicine, movement and sport.  She is interested in helping clients on a continuum from pain to performance, based on individual goals and movement patterns. While studying at the University of Vermont, Sarah played lacrosse, leading her to coach for 8 years at the collegiate level.  She has been a personal trainer and small group coach for the past 6 years. Most recently, Sarah earned a Masters of Athletic Training from Boston University with the objective of helping clients through a longer continuum of rehab and performance.  Her experience as an athlete has shaped how she approaches sports medicine, emphasizing the power of a team and how physical strength leads to improved mental health. With a clinical evaluation that includes attention to how a client moves and postural awareness, Sarah communicates a structured plan built in partnership with her client.  Sarah volunteers medically at endurance events such as the Boston marathon, and loves being on the trail: running, biking, skiing, and hiking.