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Sportsmetrics trains large group in March Uncategorized

The weekend of March 17-18 was an eventful one for the city of Cincinnati with several fun events taking place including St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, the AHA’s Heart Mini-Marathon, and winning performances from the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University in rounds two and three of March Madness.  Sportsmetrics™ added to the excitement with its first certification of 2012 which brought in 33 individuals representing 16 states to become part of our injury prevention team.

Participants traveled from as far as Redding, CA and Walla Walla, WA to hear Dr. Noyes speak on ACL injury mechanism, treatment and prevention strategies.  Participants also received hands on training in our Sports Injury Testing and jump/deceleration/cutting techniques.  As with most of our groups, there was open and valuable discussions on the best ways to implement and market the program in the different communities being represented.  We make every effort to provide our instructors with every piece of information that they need to go home and implement the program with confidence.  At the same time, we learn so much from the various individuals and institutions that come through our program.  We use their feedback and experiences to constantly improve and update the many components of the Sportsmetrics program.  So we welcome and say thank you to the following instructors who made the commitment to provide the best injury prevention and performance to their athletic communities:

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Patti Beggs, LAT:  The Center for Physical Rehabilitation, Belmont, MI

Jennifer Buelt, PT:  Wyoming Orthopeadic & Sports Therapy Center in Casper, WY

Hank Bussey, PT:  Physical Rehabilitation Institute, San Antonio, TX

Matthew Cloutier, PT:  Kinetic Physical Therapy, Chester Springs, PA

Stefanie Conley, ATC:  Cincinnati Sports Medicine, Cincinnati, OH

Tim Conley, PT, ATC:  Providence St. Mary Medical Center, Walla Walla, WA

Ashley Conlin, DPT:  Nebraska Orthopaedic Hospital, Omaha, NE

Kyle Cornwell, CPT: Burch Physical Therapy/Cobblestone Fitness Center, Redding, CA

Anthony Diaz, MS, DPT:  Park Avenue Physical Therapy, Medina, NY

Jared Estock, DPT:  Genesis COOR, Zanesville, OH

Austin Freeburg, ACT:  Monument Physical Therapy, Gering, NE

Kyle Ganss, BS:  Performance Over Pain, Perrysburg, OH

Stacey Hotopp, PT:  Cincinnati SportsMedicin, Cincinnati, OH

Amanda Ingold, UVMC Center for Sports Performance, Tipp City, OH

Landon Kersey, ATC:  Valir Physical Therapy, Oklahoma City, OK

Misti Knight, Ph.D, LAT:  Children’s Medical Center, Plano, TX

Daniel Laughlin, DPT:  Laughlin Performance & Physical Therapy, Overland Park, KS

Erin Laughlin, DPT:  Laughlin Performance & Physical Therapy, Overland Park, KS

Ashley Long, PTA:  Genesis Outpatient Rehabilitation (COOR), Zanesville, OH

Chad Miller, ATC:  Valir Physical Therapy, Oklahoma City, OK

Ralph Morello, PT:  Human Motion Institute, Matawan, NJ

Monica Reynolds, PT:  Cincinnati SportsMedicine, Cincinnati, OH

Jessica Rix, MS, ATC:  Center for Physical Rehabilitation, Grand Rapids, MI

Katie Robertson, BS:  Bellarmine University:  Physical Therapy, Paris, KY

Nancy Robertson, PT:  Wyoming Orthopaedic & Sports Therapy Center, Casper, WY

Serge Saithsoothane, PT:  Centre of Physical Rehabilitatioin, Plano, TX

Alayne Schweitzer, PT, OCS:  Colonial Orthopaedics, Colonial Heights, VA

Kyle Sell, FAFS:  Performance Over Pain, Perrysburg, OH

Nicki Smith:  Cincinnati SportsMedicine, Cincinnati, OH

Janae Start, ATC:  The Center for Physical Rehabilitation, Grand Rapids, MI

Craig Triplett, DPT, CSCS:  Spearfish Regional Hospital, Spearfish, SD

Valerie Wasilchuk, DPT:  Northshore University Health System, Evanston, IL

Leah Williamson, DPT:  Oaklawn Hospital, Marshall, MI

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