Fluid Running for Podiatrists
The no-impact nature of Fluid Running is a perfect fit for podiatric patients. It can be used by most patients, and has special qualities that help speed recovery.
“I didn’t understand the science then, but I now prescribe deep water running 100% for injured runners, as well as to improve performance when healthy and to prevent overuse injuries.” – Dr. Megan Leahy, DPM
When your patient can keep moving, it will help get the recovery started quicker. Fluid Running greatly increases blood flow, delivering healing nutrients directly to the injuries.
When a patient is able to exercise during recovery, it allows the injury and surrounding muscles to heal stronger.
Zero impact exercises are limited to those found in the water, such as swimming, and deep water running. With the DIY H2Go System, patients can get a great cardio workout without the pain that comes along with the most common rehabilitation exercises.
Benefits for Podiatrists
- Early postop non-weight bearing rehab
- Immediate rehab for foot and ankle injuries (not postop)
- Modifiable workouts for specific foot/ankle problems
- DIY H2Go app allows patient to perform rehab anytime, anywhere
Medical Partner Program
Additional discounts for your patients
Custom coupon code with your name
Link to your website from ours
Happy patients, more referrals
$199.00 The H2Go System includes the instructional videos, (4) Fluid Running Audio Workouts, a flotation belt, a waterproof (IPX7) Bluetooth headset, and a tether (use optional) to keep you in place.
$199.00 This eGift Card entitles the recipient to one (1) Fluid Running H2Go System and Media Bundle. Have it emailed to the recipient, or yourself to give at another time.
$129.00 The H2Go Digital Bundle is designed for those who already have a flotation belt, waterproof, Bluetooth headset and tether . It only includes the instructional videos, and 3 workouts (and does not include the flotation belt, Bluetooth headset or tether).
Clip from “Accelerate Recovery and Keep Patients Active with Deep Water Running”, presented by Jennifer Conroyd at the 2019 Midwest Podiatry Conference