Ian is a San Francisco based sports medicine professional and freelance journalist. Many of the topics that Ian writes about are issues that are important to those wishing to improve athletic performance or prevent injury.


He has been writing articles on fitness and endurance sport issues for several years and has had articles published in running and cycling magazines on a variety of sports medicine/injury topics. Ian's published credits include Triathlete, Running Times, Trail Runner, Cyclocross Magazine, Olympic Coach Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle.  He has forthcoming articles in Triathlete, Competitor Magazine and Outdoor Fitness Magazine (UK).  Additionally, he writes a blog for the Huffington Post on sports injuries.


Ian has been working in the field of sports medicine and physical therapy for the past 15 years and has served as an athletic trainer for the Women's World Cup, Major League Soccer and the University of Maryland.


He has a Master's Degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Maryland and hold certifications from the NASM and NATA.   Ian has been fortunate to be able to work with elite and professional athletes from a variety of different sports and has been able to appreciate the unique issues and needs of each activity.