The Columbia RunLab

Do you have a persistent injury and don't know why? Interested in learning how to prevent injury? Or are you looking for ways to improve performance? The Columbia RunLab can answer your questions.

The Columbia RunLab is a world-class running analysis experience provided by the faculty practice of the graduate program in physical therapy, part of the department of rehabilitation and regenerative medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. Colleen Brough, PT, DPT, MS, OCS, is Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine at the Columbia University Program in Physical Therapy, is the RunLab's director and founder. She is a board-certified specialist in orthopedic physical therapy with over 15 years of patient care and teaching experience, and an avid runner.

Through a series of evaluations, use of cutting-edge technology, and comprehensive analysis, Columbia RunLab's team of clinicians, researchers, and doctoral students will correlate their findings in order to give you the best methods to enhance performance and prevent injury.

 

More information and how to book an appointment:

For more information or to book an appointment, visit Columbia RunLab's website here.

Learn more about the Program in Physical Therapy and educational opportunities for doctoral students as part of the RunLab team.