Running is a functional activity. Running is a sport. Running is a religion. Some people swear that barefoot running is superior to running with footwear. As I watch runners on the Bayou, at the gym, in the park, and on a track I am drawn to their form, their posture, and their movement patterns. All too often I observe serious errors that will lead to injury and I silently wish for an opportunity to educate these runners. As a doctor of physical therapy with biomechanical analysis expertise, it is a primary need to have ones form critiqued. Come on in for an evaluation and learn where your joint restrictions are, what you do to compensate, and how to correct and improve your form, speed and endurance.