Injury Clinic with Spine and Sports Rehabilitation Center

  • Charm City Run Timonium 2045 York Road Lutherville-Timonium, MD, 21093 United States
Spine and Sports

Experiencing nagging pain? Want to know how to prevent future injuries? Join us in Timonium for an injury clinic with Josh Renzi of Spine and Sports Rehabilitation Center.

Josh will start the clinic with a presentation at 9:00am to address common injuries and management techniques. This is a great opportunity to learn about the most common ailments faced by runners and how to prevent these symptoms before they start so you can train injury-free!

After the presentation, Josh will be here to work one-on-one with runners from 9:30am to 12:30pm. Every participant will receive a free screening and personalized recommendations during 10-15 minute sessions.

Reserve Your Spot!

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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Meet The Physical Therapist

Josh Renzi, Spine and Sports Rehabilitation Center

Josh focuses his clinical practice on osteopathic manual therapy and differential diagnosis and incorporates neuromuscular re-education as well as exercise prescription to form an individualized rehabilitation program for his patients. He enjoys problem solving “difficult cases”, especially when other treatment has failed. Josh has been in practice in Baltimore since 1998 after earning his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland, School of Medicine. He is a Certified Orthopaedic Manual Therapist and a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT). Josh serves as a consultant for local industry in the area of ergonomic modification and injury-prevention, and provides expert advice for local running groups, swimmers and tri-athletes. He serves as a teaching assistant for the PTF Orthopaedic Residency Program and has guest lectured at Univeristy of Delaware Department of Physical Therapy. Josh enjoys working with geriatric patients and athletes of all ages, especially those who share his interest in swimming, biking, running, golfing, weight lifting, and martial arts training. He is a competitive middle, long and ultra distance runner and triathlete.