Course of the Week – Common Injuries in Triathletes: Diagnosis and Treatment
Watch our course of the week with sports medicine doctor Naomi Albertson M.D. that outlines five common injuries found in triathletes. Starting from the neck and moving down to the feet, learn what causes these common injuries, how they present and are diagnosed, and how they are best treated.
Learn easy practical solutions for patients and clients
- Learn how injuries commonly found in swimmers, runners, and cyclists present and are diagnosed.
- Learn how these injuries are best treated and managed.
- Highlighted conditions: cervical radiculopathy, shoulder impingement/bursitis/tendonitis, iliotibial band syndrome (snapping knee/snapping hip), patellofemoral pain syndrome, and plantar fasciitis
Meet the Presenter:
Dr. Naomi L. Albertson is Board Certified by the American Academy of Family Physicians and specializes in the non-surgical management of musculoskeletal problems, sports injuries, concussion management, and the treatment of osteopenia and osteoporosis. She is a frequent speaker on the latest in medical research and how it is practically applied to patient care. One of Dr. Albertson’s favorite aspects of her profession is helping people of all ages stay active and living the lifestyle they want. Currently she specializes in sports medicine and musculoskeletal conditions at the Reno Orthopedic Clinic. She is also the owner of Dr. Ni’s, a supplement company focused on providing frame support for middle age and beyond.
Our company was created with the belief that patients want to participate in their healthcare, and if given the proper guidance they will succeed. To this end, we have lead the industry since 2005 providing the best exercise software delivering over 12 million exercises to patients helping them to improve their health.
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