Trying to get back into the swing of things, or train for a big race? Injuries got you sidetracked? We've got just the thing!
Every Wednesday from April 26 through June 7, 2017, we will be hosting a FREE injury clinic for you at Runners Athletic Co. in Midland! Stop in any time from 6-7pm on these Wednesdays and receive FREE advice from the great sports medicine professionals in our area.
These clinics are free of charge and are a great resource for anyone who is fighting injuries that are preventing or inhibiting activity and exercise. Take advantage of these awesome resources and learn how to stay healthy, happy, and fit!
Wednesday, June 7: Alicia Heading, PT, DPT, and Kara Martindale, PT, DPT of Renue Physical Therapy
Alicia Heading attended Central Michigan University where she graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor's degree in Recreational Therapy. She went on to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy graduate degree from Central Michigan University in 2007. Prior to joining Renue, she practiced in the Mid-Michigan area for 6 years. Alicia has also had the opportunity to serve as a clinical instructor to physical therapy and physical therapy assistants. Her focus is on orthopedic injury, surgery, and prevention, sports rehab and neurological rehabilitation. Other special interests include aquatic therapy. She has done additional continuing education on lymphedema and is currently seeking lymphedema certification. She resides in Midland with her family and enjoys staying active in her free time.
Kara Martindale attended Hope College where she graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology- Exercise Science. She went on to earn her Doctor of Physical Therapy graduate degree from Indiana University in 2007. Prior to joining Renue, she practiced in the greater Lansing area for almost eight years. Kara strives to provide the best possible treatment for her patients through evidenced based practice. She is a certified clinical instructor by the American Physical Therapy Association and enjoys teaching physical and occupational therapy students.