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The Micheli Center and New England Sports Partners hosting Conference on Injury Prevention in Throwi

Using Medical and Sports Science for Injury Prevention in Sports: The Throwing Athlete

Sunday, October 13th, 8AM-3PM

The Micheli Center and New England Sports Partners are proud to present a seminar for injury prevention in the throwing athlete. Speakers will include Dr. William Meehan, Mike Reinold PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS former head Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist for the Boston Red Sox, Eric Cressey, President and co-founder of Cressey Performance, Dan India of Qualisys, and Dr. Tom House, found of the Rod Dedeaux Research and Baseball Institute and the National Pitching Association. Topics to be covered include “The Evolution of Sports Injuries and Injury Prevention”, “5 Common Baseball Strength and Conditioning Mistakes” and “The Research of 3D Motion Analysis… It’s More than Mechanics”, plus more. Lunch will also be provided.

Click here to register: REGISTRATION. The fee for this conference is $125, but register by September 20th and receive the Early Bird Special of $99.

This event will be at 320 Longwood Avenue, Boston MA in the Folkman Auditorium. Public parking is available nearby, please do not park in the Boston Children’s Hospital Garage.

Children’s Sports Medicine Foundation, Inc. is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. as a provider for Continuing Education Units to Certified Athletic Trainers. Certified Athletic Trainers can only claim credits commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 5 CEUs are available for this conference. BOC Provider # P3340.

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