At-Home Physiotherapy for Runners

Sprint Rehab gives runners better access to high-quality physiotherapy at home. Our comprehensive rehab programs include hundreds of at-home exercises, structured recovery plans, and unlimited physiotherapy support to help you heal quickly and get back to injury-free running.

“To be a healthy and successful runner you need to do more than just run. You need to develop strength, balance, mobility and resilience – you need to be a well-rounded athlete.”

– Alina Kennedy, Physiotherapist & Founder

Alina Kennedy is a physiotherapist and strength & conditioning specialist from Adelaide, Australia. She graduated from the University of South Australia in 2011 and works as a sports physiotherapist focusing on running performance and injury rehabilitation. She’s developed training and rehab methods based on years of clinical experience and up-to-date scientific evidence. Her simple but effective approach has successfully helped thousands of runners overcome repetitive injuries and get back to running faster and healthier.

Our Philosophy

Training smart is always more important than training hard.

Running undoubtedly does wonders for your health and wellbeing, but it doesn’t come without risks. It’s a demanding and stressful sport that puts a lot of repetitive strain on your joints, tendons, muscles, and ligaments. If your body isn’t prepared to handle the stress, it can quickly break down and get injured.

The key to staying injury-free as a runner is training smart. It’s about playing the long game and setting yourself up to succeed not just for the next race, but for years to come. To do this, you need to have a carefully structured and balanced training plan – one that not only improves your endurance and speed but also strengthens your body and builds your resilience. The reality is if you want to be a successful, injury-free runner, you need to do more than just run.

Sprint Rehab programs are designed to optimize your performance and minimize injuries. Our methods are based on three simple principles: training smart, building strength, and boosting recovery – each proven to optimize performance and keep injuries to a minimum.

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