Injury Prevention Workshops
Injury Prevention Series = PREHAB
Kara Rechard and Jenny Ploss teach injury prevention workshops for rock climbers (and cyclists, stay tuned!). Currently, our workshops focus on shoulder injuries--we teach you all about shoulder anatomy, how the shoulder works when you climb, and common shoulder injuries. Then we make you practice movement and warmup techniques that you can start using today to improve your climbing form and reduce your risk of injury for your shoulder.
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April 5-7, 2019. The MovNat cert is hands on – all the way. Level 1 is all about the basics. We show you how movements are broken down and taught. We start with the stuff that everybody needs – Ground Movement. Crawl. Deep Squat. Get up and get down. Most importantly you learn how to think and talk about movement as a professional. You’ll learn that it has a specific language, foundations, and progressions. We teach you how to rebuild movement capability from the ground up. It’s the foundation for everything.
April 16th, 2019 at 6 PM. Julie Holt, athletic trainer at Langford Sports & Physical Therapy will teach us about concussions and what we need to do after a concussion to best care for our brains. Learn what to watch for, and how to return to your normal activities after a concussion.
May 14th 6-7:30 PM. This workshop will be taught by Jenny Ploss, a physical therapist with more than 15 years climbing experience and more than 6 years experience working with climbers with injuries. Learn about your wrist and thumb, and practice injury prevention and management exercises you should be doing during to reduce your risk of injury. This class is free, as part of our community education series.
July 30th 6:00 - 7:30 PM. This workshop will be taught Anna Luna and Karen Lovely, physical therapists with extensive running experience and advanced training and experience working with runners with injuries of all kinds. Learn about common running injuries and practice the movements you should be doing during to reduce your risk of injury. This is a free class, as part of our monthly community education series.