Workshop || Minimising Injury to Maximise Training Potential
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
A FREE workshop to learn how to minimise the risk of injury to maximise training potential - brought to you by Bureta Physiotherapy and Sport Bay of Plenty's CoachForce team.
The workshop will cover basic strategies to increase your athlete's training potential and performance by minimising injury risks. Participants will also learn how to best manage injuries when they occur so they themselves or their athletes back as quickly and safely as possible.
Topics covered will include:
- utilising warmups for performance and injury prevention
- differences for female athletes
- load management
- sleep, hydration and recovery
- acute injury management
- practical application of the basic & most useful strapping techniques.
Dates, times and locations:
Taupō, 24 Feb, 2021: 6 – 8pm, AC Baths
Rotorua, 17 March, 2021: 6 – 8pm, Rotorua Stadium
Whakatāne, 18 March,2021: 6 – 8pm, Eastbay REAP, 21 Pyne St
Tauranga 24 March, 6 – 8pm, Toi Ohomai, Windemere
About the presenter:
Jacinta has spent 20 years as a sports physiotherapist working across a wide variety of sports including 9 years with NZ Women’s rugby (both Black Ferns and Black Ferns Sevens). In 2019 she became New Zealand’s first and currently only Sports Physiotherapy Specialist. She has a keen interest in female athlete injuries, the athletic hip and groin, sporting shoulder and tendon injuries. Jacinta is passionate about learning and being able to share knowledge gleaned from working with international level athletes with the wider physiotherapy profession and the general public.
Jacinta’s time is split between working as a Consultant Sports Physiotherapy Specialist (in NZ and overseas), sports physiotherapist in private practice (Bureta Physiotherapy in Tauranga) and working as a sports physiotherapist at pinnacle events for NZ teams, including the Tokyo Olympics in 2021 (if the world calms down by then!).
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