Dr. Silberman raced bicycles in Europe and has been in doctor's offices and bike shops just like you. Along the way he has experienced more lessons in life, injury, defeat and victory than any book could have ever taught him.
"I have been in your shoes, on the road and in the doctor’s office, just like you".
Dr. Silberman published the go to and most often cited scientific article on bike fit in 2005 in the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine. ‘Road Bicycle Fit'. 15(4):269-274, July 2005. The article continues to be the preeminent scientific article on bicycling fit to date.
Dr. Silberman is published in Current Sports Medicine Reports 'Bicycling Injuries' September/October 2013 - Volume 12, Issue 5.
Dr. Silberman authored the chapter Bicycling Injuries, in the textbook Netter's Sports Medicine, First Edition 2009, Second Edition 2017, and Third Edition 2021.
Dr. Silberman presented at the annual AMSSM meeting in Orlando in 2018 on Road Cycling Medicine.
Dr. Silberman gave an instructional course on Bike Fit at the annual AMSSM meeting in Utah in May 2011.
Dr. Silberman presented two talks at the annual AMSSM meeting in Tampa in April 2009: 1. Video Analysis of Bicycle Fit 2. Iliac Artery Disease in Cyclists.
Reasons for a bike fit:
1. New bicycle set up
2. Shave time off of your 40km time trial
3. Achieve more power at less energy cost
4. Address pain, ailment, nagging injuries, or discomfort
How your fit will be performed:
1. Medical history & physical pertinent to cycling is performed
2. Measurements will be taken of your bicycle and yourself
3. You will ride your bicycle on a trainer
4. Video-analysis may be performed
5. Heart rate, RPM, watts may be analyzed