I have had a bad knee for a few years, Clint has always kept me in the game. World class guy.
At the end of 2016, I was in a severe auto accident and suffer a crushed C7 vertabre and TBI. After 4 months of a neck brace after surgery, Clint and his world class staff was ready for me. Neurologically I may never be 100% but in 21 months they have me back to where I feel optimistic that I may be able to get back into the game.
From Clint, Tracey, to Seth (whom I have seen mainly the past year and in love with his elbow on my back. He has turned me into a screamer ), to Tammy and Ruth at the desk, to Michelle, Craig, Patrick, and Paul, and all the students or part time employees for giving me a great workout and getting me back into the game!
10-10-18 update..A big shout out to The Master Clint Verran. I’ve been back into the game of running for 5-6 weeks and built up to 30 miles in the last week of October. With a bad left knee and not much meniscus on the medial side of it alpng with the fact I have a wider gate to accomodate my balance issues, my knee began to get tender unless I ran with traffic on the right side of a crowned road. I scheduled a visit with Clint after my normal therapy with Seth, and Clint made me a pair of customized orthodics that simulated the right side of a crowned road for my left knee. We did a couple 1/2 milers on the treadmill to tune them in and it felt great.
Today I was able to run 6 miles with a 3 mile speed interval workout on a flat surface. Not only did I not feel my left knee during the run and have a more normal stride, it wasn’t sensitive at all the remainder of the day walking around barefoot or with regular street shoes.
Thank you again Clint Verran Sports Medicine for your professional, competent, and dedication to my recovery.