Excel Physical Therapy Community Education Series | Free & Open to the Public
“Common Rock Climbing Injuries: Prevention & Treatment”
presented by Matt Heyliger, DPT
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 | 6:30-7:30pm
Bozeman Public Library Community Room
Learn how to identify and self-treat the most common shoulder, elbow and finger injuries related to climbing.
Discover when it’s time to rest an injury and when it is safe to return to climbing after an injury.
Discussion of preventative exercises to protect against common climbing injuries.
Discussion of safe training techniques to reduce your risk of overuse/overtraining injuries.
Q&A with Matt Heliger, DPT after the talk.
Matt Heyliger, DPT has been an avid climber for the past 12 years and his passion for climbing has taken him around the US, Canada and Mexico. He enjoys all forms of climbing (trad, sport and bouldering) and loves the variation in movement and style inspired by different types of rock. Matt has developed a specific interest focus in biomechanics and how impairments at one level or joint affect other body structures. More specifically, he has a particular interest in the relationship of cervical/thoracic spine mechanics and upper extremity conditions. Matt practices in both the Excel Physical Therapy offices in Bozeman and Manhattan.
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