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Month: January 2017

Cycling Medicine course at Harvard

Announcing:

Cycling Medicine 2017

We are proud to present a full-day cycling medicine course as part of the Harvard Sports Medicine 2017 course. Directed by Dr. Dana Kotler in collaboration with Greg Robidoux PT and additional speakers, this course provides education on evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of cycling-related injury.

Harvard Cycling Medicine Course
Saturday • April 22, 8am – 5pm

Boston, MA

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The course will also provide skills-development workshops on the mechanisms of injury and early correction of strength and flexibility imbalances, technique errors, and bicycle fit, which help to prevent injury.the workshop will cover many aspects of cycling medicine. Workshop topics include “Don’t-Miss” diagnoses for cyclists, innovative approaches to care, biomechanical analysis, psychology, overuse injury, disability, and many more.

The course is open to anyone with an interest in cycling medicine and cycling-related injury, not only healthcare providers! In addition to physicians and physical therapists, athletes, coaches, bodywork providers, scientists, and recreational cyclists are welcome. Continue reading

Pan-Mass Challenge 2017

12717574_10100157874764544_9215454645001199403_nHello BikeHealth community!

I would like to ask for your support of my ride in the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) this summer.  The PMC raises money for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund, and is the largest athletic fundraising event in the country.  My goal is to raise $5000 for cancer research, and with your help, this is well within reach!

Please visit my PMC profile page
where you can easily donate online.

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