College of Health Sciences

Running Injury Clinic

About the Clinic

Athletes push themselves to the limit to improve their performance. Along the way, they have to manage injuries. No one knows this better than Dr. Brian Eckenrode ’97, ’99MSPT, a cross-country runner and assistant professor in Arcadia University’s Department of Physical Therapy, who recently launched a Running Injury Clinic on campus.

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The Running Injury Clinic is open to the public and is currently scheduling patients on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Single-visit assessments include a medical and running history intake, a physical examination (strength, flexibility, core, balance, alignment, function, etc.), a video running analysis as well as a treatment plan recommendation. Most sessions are approximately two hours in duration.

The cost is $120 per runner, $100 for Arcadia-associated individuals, and $50 for all students with valid school ID. All funds will go to the Arcadia University Department of Physical Therapy.

For more information and to schedule an appointment, contact Dr. Brian Eckenrode at

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