Scott Greenberg earned his doctorate in physical therapy in 1999. Since then, he has specialized in sports medicine, with an emphasis on running-related injuries. Currently, he is a running injury and biomechanics consultant for the University of Florida's Track and Cross Country Teams. He also provides foot and ankle care to athletes in the University of Florida Athletic Association and works at UF's Shands Rehabilitation Hospital, where he's responsible for rehabilitation at the Running Medicine Clinic. Greenberg is certified as a Level 1 Track Coach through USA Track and Field, a Certified Pose Instructor and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Many avid and recreational runners alike have shifted their preferred footwear from standard running shoes to minimalist shoes. Although minimalist shoes can provide benefits, without the proper transition, they can [...]