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Steve Gonser DPT

Steve Gonser graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Daemen College, instantly applying his knowledge of human movement and functional anatomy to his passion for running. Steve is a 2x Ironman, including a 10:41 finish in Lake Placid and a Sub-3 hour marathoner.

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Blog: RunSmart Online | 5 Apr 2015

Heal Running Injuries Faster with Heat
“Should I use heat or ice for my running injury?” Nearly every physical therapy evaluation has entails verbatim or question … Continue reading → Posted by Steve Gonser PT, DPT Published: Fri, Jan 02 2015
Bracing for Impact:  Postural Set & Abdominal Bracing
In an ideal word our body would function as intended; however, bad habits, a medical history plagued by surgeries, broken bones, or overuse injuries, and anatomical deficits in strength and flexibility have other plans. It’s really the difference between muscle … Continue reading → Posted by Steve Gonser PT, DPT Published: Wed, Apr 29 2015
Top Down Running
If you wanted to throw a ball faster you wouldn’t strengthen your wrist, right? It’s obvious that a powerful throw comes from the shoulder, transferring force down through the elbow, into the wrist, and finally into the ball. Well that’s … Continue reading → Posted by Steve Gonser PT, DPT Published: Sun, Apr 05 2015
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