Medical Services Sports Medicine On the Run with Stacey Find a Location Find a Doctor Sports Medicine Menu Sports Medicine Physical Therapy Athletic Training Athletic Trainer Tips Back On Track Aquatic Therapy Injury Clinics Heat Index Concussions ImPACT™ Testing On the Run with Stacey Resources FAQs Golf Performance Program In the weeks leading up to the 2015 Flying Pig Marathon, St. Elizabeth Healthcare Physical Therapist Stacey McConnell starred in a YouTube Series entitled "On the Run with Stacey." The series ran for 14 episodes and covered the following topics: Introducing Stacey McConnell and On the Run with Stacey Posture The Importance of Flexibility Strength Training for Legs Treadmill Running Recognizing an Injury Early Cadence (or Stride) Hill Running Core Training Making it to Mile 13 Finishing Strong In addition to these topics, Stacey also did an episode while running the 2015 Boston Marathon and while running the 2015 Flying Pig Marathon. To view the full playlist for On the Run with Stacey, click here. If you're a runner and you'd like to talk to or work with a physical therapist who doesn't just talk the talk, but also walks the walk (or, in this case, he runs – 26.2 miles to be exact), call our main line at (859) 301-5600 to schedule your appointment. About Stacey Stacey McConnell is a Physical Therapist for St. Elizabeth Healthcare. He is a graduate of The University of Kentucky where he earned his bachelor of health science in physical therapy. Stacey is a runner. The first marathon he ever ran was The Flying Pig in Cincinnati in 2001. Since then he has run that particular race a total of seven times. He has over 20 marathons under his belt including Boston; Minneapolis; Carmel, IN; Disney; Atlanta; Chicago; Columbus and Philadelphia. Stacey acknowledges that harder than the marathons is all the training. He is a big fan of the Hal Higdon Training Guide. With each run he learns something about himself or running. Lest you think this running thing comes easy for him, Stacey has gone through injury and surgery and been able to properly train around both and come back to running successfully. Stacey encourages other runners that he works with to continue to challenge themselves with this vigorous activity, compare their running only with their own running and be happy with how they perform. He appreciates how it allows him to eliminate a lot of stress, stay healthy, hopefully live longer and be a better employee, friend, brother, father and husband.