Dr. EJ Zebro

CCSP, CSCS

Dr EJ Zebro has been teaching the art of functional movement for over 25 years. He studied Exercise Science at The University of Delaware where he also minored in Biology and Sports Psychology and played varsity soccer. He honed his functional training skills working first in California as a personal trainer, then as a strength and conditioning coach at the University of Bridgeport for the men’s soccer program. It was during that time at the UB Chiropractic College that Dr. Zebro developed TRAIN AWAY PAIN as a way to improve the performance of the athletes and decrease their rate of injury.

He and his staff have used these movements with countless clients, that have included professional athletes and highly functioning individuals of all ages with great success. Dr. Zebro is honored to share this methodology with the masses for the first time in the form of TRAIN AWAY PAIN therapeutic functional movement method. Now, through private, semi private, and group classes, more people will be able to experience what it’s like to move better through life. As we say every day: “no pain, no gain, no more”.

  • Creator of TRAIN AWAY PAIN™
  • Nationally Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
  • Founder of Preventative Sports Medicine, formerly Integrated Sports Therapy
  • Certified Active Release Technique (ART) provider
  • Doctor of Chiropractic degree from University of Bridgeport & licensed CT practitioner (Doctor of Chiropractic)
  • Certified Graston Technique Provider
  • Certified Kinesiotaping Provider
  • BS in Exercise Science from University of Delaware with Minors in Biology and Sports Psychology
  • Certified Sole Supports Provider
  • Director of functional movement, sport specific training and injury prevention strategies at BSC CT Academy, part of the US Soccer Development Academy
  • 5-time member of the NYC Marathon medical staff
  • Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP)

Blog Posts

disc injury

How To Still Work Out With A Disc Injury

People aged between 30-50 years commonly experience lumbar disc herniation, with most of these instances being asymptomatic in nature. However, a few people also deal with chronic back pain, because of disc herniation. Some of the common symptoms include: Back…