About You

You're injured. You can't move in the way you'd like. You're frustrated, impatient, disconnected from your friends or teammates. Your injury makes you feel vulnerable. Either anger or sadness (or both) have taken up residence in your mind.

What if you could evict the mental drain that accompanies injury? What if your vulnerability is really an opportunity to expand your horizons?

You don't have to do this alone. I've been where you are, and I know what it takes to get back to feeling like your old self. I can help you. Let's work together to get you back to feeling like you. Read more

Vulnerability is not weakness, and that myth is profoundly dangerous. Vulnerability is our most accurate measurement of courage. Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity, and change. ~Brené Brown

Why I Can Help

I've had a lot of personal experience with injury. As a professional mountain bike racer, my first injury led to an identity crisis. I didn't know who I could turn to for support; nobody understood my despair.

I figured out how to work through my injury the right way--with the help of a wonderful care team--by doing it the wrong way first.

I've conducted hundreds of hours of research with athletes to uncover their most common challenges and recipes for success following injury. Data from my research and my own experience help me help you. I know what it takes to make you feel better. Read more

For those who are seeking empathy, insight, and wise counsel, Heidi Armstrong should be at the top of your list on your road to recovery. You would do well to listen to her carefully. Let her hear your story and you will see. ~Dr. Ed Tyson Read more

What You Need To Know

What if there was a way for you to feel less frustrated? Less impatient?

What if you felt more resilient?

What if you felt inspired?

First, no matter how you feel right now, know that you haven't gone crazy. It's completely normal lose it after an injury.

Next, you aren't alone, and you don't have to navigate the turmoil of injury alone.

Most importantly, I can help you feel more resilient and inspired. I've been where you are and I can help. Read more

The two most powerful words when we are in struggle – me too. ~Brené Brown