Injury Clinic with Gold Medal Physical Therapy in Bel Air

  • Charm City Run Bel Air 126 South Main Street Bel Air, MD, 21014 United States

Training for a fall race and want to learn how to stay injury free? Already dealing with a nagging injury? Spend the morning with us and Gold Medal Physical Therapy at the Bel Air store to learn how to treat your injury as effectively as possible and run pain-free this season!

The Physical Therapy Partners team will be onsite to offer free, one-on-one consultations during 10 minute sessions. Runners will receive injury screening and exercise recommendations. 

Spots are limited and we expect this clinic to fill up quickly. Appointments will be given on a first-come, first-serve basis. We will email you with your appointment time. Please come with or dressed in comfortable running attire and your current running shoes you have been wearing.

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About The Team

Kevin T. Murray, PT, DPT, OCS

Dr. Murray is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University, the University of Maryland School of Medicine-Department of Physical Therapy, and the E.I.M. Institute of Health Professions. Kevin has over 20 years of experience practicing physical therapy and sports medicine, and is a Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedics (OCS). He has extensive experience working with professional and Division I collegiate athletes, and has a passion to bring that level of excellence for Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement to the High School and Youth Athletic Programs locally. His clinical specialties include Differential Diagnosis, Biomechanics, Osteopathic Spinal Manipulative Therapies, and Sports Medicine with a focus on the spine, shoulder, and foot/ankle pathologies. Kevin is also Nationally Certified as a Specialist in Aquatic Therapy.

Consistent with a lifelong commitment to learning and personal & professional growth, Kevin recently completed several years of additional education to achieve his post-professional Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT), as well as an MBA based Certificate in Executive Management. His principal role now focuses on developing others to be their personal best, with a goal of modeling the primary directive for all Gold Medal Team Members: "Be a Blessing".

Kevin enjoys being involved with his three children's sports teams, spending time outdoors with his family kayaking, biking and walking and volunteering at his church and in community ministries. He lives in Bel Air with his wife and children, ages 17, 14 and 10.