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This Month in Sports Rehabilitation: Baseball and Throwing Clinics (February 2010)

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Pitcher throwing a baseballMajor leaguers report to baseball's spring training in less than six weeks. Soon after that, the local baseball seasons will begin.

 

And here at the UW Health Sports Rehabilitation Clinic, we're also preparing for the upcoming baseball season.

 

Join us for our free baseball clinic for coaches and rehab specialists on Feb. 20, and our free March 15 workshop for middle-school and high-school baseball players and their parents. 

 

 

 

FREE! Baseball Clinic and Workshop

 

Saturday, Feb. 20

 

Current Concepts for Coaches and Rehabilitation Specialists

Special Guest: Major League Baseball Pitcher Ryan Zink

8:15-11:30am

 

Monday, March 15

 

Parent and Player Workshop

6:30-8:30pm

 

Call (608) 265-7500 to register. Space is limited.

 

 

Throwing Analysis Clinic

 

baseball and bloveAs pre-season baseball begins for local baseball teams, our team would like to announce a beginning of our own. This March, the UW Health Sports Rehabilitation Clinic will be starting a Throwing Analysis Clinic.

 

The Sports Rehabilitation Throwing Analysis Clinic offers overhead throwers a high-quality, evidence-based program for players recovering from injury as well as providing information on injury prevention and performance enhancement.

 

Our program includes a physical examination, therapeutic exercise, video-based biomechanical throwing analysis, correctional drills and interval throwing programs unique to age and position.

 

Learn more: Throwing Analysis Clinic

 

Clinic Staff

    • Karl Fry is a physical therapist with training and experience in working with overhead throwers. He attended the American Sports Medicine Institute's "Injuries in Baseball Course" and in the summer of 2009 was invited to speak to over 200 medical professionals at the UW Sports Medicine Symposium. Read Karl's presentation overview (pdf)

 

  • Ken Krogman is a physical therapist with training and experience in working with overhead throwers. He attended the American Sports Medicine Institute's "Injuries in Baseball Course" and was invited to speak to the UW Sports Medicine physician and rehabilitation staff about throwing injuries in adolescent athletes. Read Ken's presentation overview (pdf) 

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