Cyclists

Saddle Stress: A Female Cyclist’s Guide to Saddle Fitting

2018-08-03T21:56:41-04:00May 24th, 2018|Physical Therapy, Women's Health, Pelvic Floor, Cyclists|

I spend a lot of my time around cyclists, and the most common complaint I hear from my friends, clients, and patients is saddle pain. Some have given in, resigning themselves to a life of painful riding because they were once told to “suck it up, because all saddles are painful”. Some have significantly reduced how much they ride, or stopped riding entirely. For women getting back on the bike after having a baby, or trying to start cycling for [...]

Saddle Stress // A Cyclist’s Guide to Saddle Fitting

2018-12-03T21:06:18-05:00July 11th, 2017|Physical Therapy, Information, Sports Medicine, Cyclists, Chloe Murdock, Bike Fitting, Cycling Injury Physical Therapy|

Don’t let saddle pain ruin your summer I spend a lot of my time around cyclists, and the most common complaint I hear from my friends, clients, and patients is of saddle pain. Some have given in, resigning themselves of a life of painful riding because they were once told to “suck it up, because all saddles are painful”. Some have significantly reduced how much they ride, or stopped riding entirely. As a lifelong cyclist, I too have invested [...]

The Role of Physical Therapy in the Injury Management of Cyclists

2018-12-03T21:13:24-05:00July 21st, 2015|Physical Therapy, Injury Prevention, Sports Medicine, Cyclists|

With the Silver Comet Trail in our backyard, the Atlanta Beltline making plans to connect, and bike friendly areas north of the city, there has been an influx of recreational and avid cyclists in the Atlanta Metro Area.  Organizations like the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition and the PATH Foundation have made strides to increase mileage of bike lanes in the city as well as off-road trail availability. As the number of bicyclists has grown, so has the incidence of injuries due [...]