Interview with Richard Severin PT, DPT on Cardiovascular Considerations in Working with Endurance Athletes
This past Friday, I had the distinct privilege to do a Q&A session with Richard Severin PT, DPT, who is a future PhD student at the University of Illinois - Chicago specializing in cardiopulmonary and orthopedic physical therapy. I specifically reached out to Rich to have him share his perspective and advice in terms of what rehabilitation professionals, trainers, and coaches should be doing from a screening and safety standpoint in working with distance runners and triathletes. As you will soon discover, Rich possesses an incredible command of the field. Perhaps his only pitfall is that he is from Philadelphia (Im a Pittsburgh boy - cross state rivals). Although he is too humble to disclose this, Rich scored a perfect on his physical therapy board exam. Needless to say he is an incredible resource that will have a profound impact on the profession. Without further ado, Rich Severin folks...
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