FROM TOP ATHLETES TO RETIREES
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Thanks for fixing my toe. It’s been bugging me for 5 years but now I’m moving pain free and ready to play.
Ely Callaway, age 82, had been combating severe pain of the neck, shoulder, and hand for over a year. Conventional medical care and prescription drugs offered only partial relief. Neck surgery was the next recommended step. Brian implemented a daily regimen of stretching, breathing, alignment and biomechanics to cure a 30 year old chronic stiffness. When Ely was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer he requested Brian to act as his primary physician.
Paula had been unable to train. She had pursued the finest sports medicine professionals in the world, including podiatrists, orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, acupuncturists and physical therapists but none had relieved her deteriorating condition. Brian’s assessment of Paula’s injury revealed chronic tendon, ligament, muscular and bone damage, as well as improper biomechanical movement. Within a month of Brian’s treatment, Paula’s foot was healed and she was running pain-free. She resumed competition at the highest level and won her next Ironman World Championship. Paula and Brian maintain a close relationship while Paula continues to be recognized as one of the greatest athletes in the world.
When I started running again in August 2013, I started with very short runs and I really followed Brian’s time limits. I was able to podium in 4 regional triathlons during the fall of 2013 and earned All American status with USA Triathlon.
Late in 2015, I developed a neck problem, probably due to all the bike miles I have logged in the aero position as a triathlete. Brian and his team have done a great job employing a variety of techniques (massage, cupping, acupuncture, etc) to keep my neck as flexible as possible.
I still have very minor issues with my PF and neck, but I have been able to compete at a world-class level through this because I continue to get regular care from Brian and his team. Since being part of the Dorfman team, I have been able to qualify and compete in 7 different World Championships.”
Steve had exhausted conventional medical treatment including injections in his hamstrings and medication for the cramps. Steve began a flexibility training program, became pain-free and returned to world-class form.
Steve retains the American record for the mile (3:47), and has run more sub 4-minute miles than any person alive. Steve has 12 American performance records, participated in 3 Olympics, and is an international running legend.