Podcast: Physiotherapist Blaise Dubois on Running Injuries, Form, Footwear, and Barefoot Running
Posted on December 06 2011
Back in August I traveled to Colorado to participate in a panel discussion at the Newton Running National Retailers Summit. The keynote speaker at the event was physiotherapist Blaise Dubois, who is an advocate for minimalist footwear. Blaise knows the scientific literature on running injuries as well as anybody I have met, and has treated runners ranging from Olympians to recreational runners for over ten years. He’s one of the few medical professionals that I know who actually writes prescriptions for racing flats for his patients!
I was fortunate enough to have recorded the audio of Blaise’s lecture, and he was kind enough to give me permission to post the audio as a podcast here on Runblogger. Below are links to the audio at Itunes, as well as a direct link to a downloadable MP3 file. Blaise is an informative, dynamic, and entertaining speaker, and I encourage you to give the lecture a listen.
Itunes link: click here
Direct MP3 link: click here
To learn more about Blaise and his work, you can visit his website at www.therunningclinic.ca. You can also sign up for his mailing list – he writes often on topics relating to form, footwear and injuries.