Preferred Treatment Patterns for Bicycling Overuse Injuries
This free webinar with Erik Moen, PT will describe rationale for preferred treatment patterns for treating bicyclists with bicycle related overuse injuries. It will overview the origins of typical bike related overuse injuries and their most efficient treatment interventions. Join us to understand:
- Who are bicyclists?
- What are typical bicycle related injuries?
- What is effective treatment of bicyclists with overuse injuries?
- How do I ready my office for treating bicyclists?
- What are effective evaluative approaches for bicyclists with overuse injuries?
- How can a bicyclist best adapt for the action of bicycling?
Meet the Presenter:
Erik is the owner of BikePT and Corpore Sano Physical Therapy in Kenmore WA. Erik has been teaching bicycle related physical therapy classes since 1993. He graduated from Pacific Lutheran University and went to the PT School of the University of Washington. He is Chapter President of the PTWA and member the American Physical Therapy Association, the Sports and Private Practice Section, the North American Spine Society (NASS). He used to be a bicycle racing coach and racer in multiple disciplines and classified for the USA and UCI Paracycling.
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