Congratulations and welcome to the Severs Pain Elimination program.
Everything you need to complete the program and rapidly reduce your Severs pain is outlined on this website.
When you registered for the program you will have created a password. That password plus your email address will enable you to log in and access the program.
To change and update your details go to the My Account tab in the menu a the top of the page.
You will soon receive a few emails from us.
First will be your purchase receipt, and a second will welcome you to week one of the program.
If these do not come through, check your spam folder, and also check your email address on the My Account page; it’s not uncommon for emails to have typos.
Please check your email now!
In this section you will find key links to begin your program.
Make sure to download the workbook before diving into the program content.
An essential part of the program is the daily and weekly workbook to help you through the process.We recommend printing it out and filling in each day as you go through the program, monitoring your progress as you proceed. You can download the workbook by pressing the button below.Download the Workbook
We have created an online support community for athletes and parents struggling with Osgood Schlatters and Severs. It is a private group, so to join, press the button below and request to join us.Join us on Facebook
In this section you will find all the links to get started on the program and succeed.
NOTE: In order to ensure smooth progression with the training, each week is only unlocked as you reach it.
Be sure to read this entire page in full and follow the steps one-by-one to ensure the best results.
Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about the program and Severs Disease.
It's time to get into the training. We'll cover the science of pain and Severs rehabilitation, a full body foam rolling routine, and calf isometric holds.
During the early stages of any injury rehab, taking a little extra time to lay a foundation is critical to the long-term success of the program.
We are introducing three new elements into the daily routine. A bent leg calf isometric, a stretching routine and some bodyweight strength exercises
Is your Severs pain not progressing as quickly as you would like? These additional measures may be helpful.
It's the perfect time to start some more challenging bodyweight movements to improve your strength and movement skill.
This week we are going to include another running drill - high hip skips plus spend some time looking at the concept of load management
This week we begin to practice your jumping and landing skills while introducing a new bent leg calf raise. The sequence of your workout also changes.