A collaborative class offering from:
“Ski/Ride Strong: An ACL/Knee Injury Prevention & Performance Program”
October 11 – November 17, 2011
Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:30-7:30pm
at HealthBalance, 2030 Stadium Drive, Bozeman
12 evening sessions ~ Cost: $300
Class Size is Limited to 15 Participants
This 12 session program is aimed at decreasing the incidence of skier/snowboarder injuries and improving sport performance. Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries of the knee are relatively common in skiing. In addition to putting you out for the season, they are costly: the cost of an ACL injury per athlete is approximately $17,000 (including surgery and rehabilitation).
Injury prevention programs focusing on strengthening, agility, jumping and landing, all with the emphasis on learning proper technique, have been shown to be effective in reducing non-contact ACL injuries.
Prevent costly common lower extremity injuries in skiing & snowboarding while improving your skiing/snowboarding performance. This comprehensive program will help you learn how to cut, pivot, jump and land with proper technique utilizing the latest sports medicine research on injury prevention to keep you on the mountain as well as the latest human performance equipment to track your improvement.
Under the direction of Excel Physical Therapy’s sports physical therapist, Jason Lunden, DPT, SCS and HealthBalance’s exercise physiologist, Eddie Davila, MS, HFS, you will receive advanced sports-oriented training to improve your skiing/snowboarding strength, endurance, agility, coordination, and speed.
Hurry! Register by October 4th
Space limited to the first 15 registrants
Contact HealthBalance @ 406.922.2078 or email: email@example.com
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