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Fall Injury Clinic Series (Midland)

  • Runners Athletic Company 215 East Wackerly Street Midland, MI, 48642 United States (map)

Trying to get back into the swing of things, train for a big race, or get a new PR this cross country season? Injuries got you sidetracked? We've got just the thing!

Every Wednesday from September 13 through October 11, 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, October 4: Dr. JJ Dwan, DC, AT, ATC, of Kehres Health & Chiropractic, and Nick Hamlin, PT, DPT, of Midland Physical Therapy Sports Rehab

Certified athletic trainer and former competitive swimmer, Dr. JJ Dwan  wants to help keep people active through chiropractic no matter their age. Dr. JJ Dwan graduated from Central Michigan University (fire up Chips!) with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine. While at CMU, Dr. Dwan worked with football, track & field, volleyball, field hockey and Mt. Pleasant High School athletics. After completing his undergraduate degree, Dr. Dwan went to Logan University and worked as an athletic training for a local high school. 

A 2006 graduate of Central Michigan University, Nick attained a bachelor of science in health fitness in preventative and rehabilitative programs with a minor in nutrition studies. He pursued further education and received his doctorate in physical therapy in 2010. Nick has received further education and training in functional/trigger point dry needling, Graston Technique, manual therapy techniques for the management of low back pain through NAIOMT, cervical pain through the Institute of Clinical Excellence, shoulder pain and dysfunctions, and applied functional science through the Gray Institute. One of the highlights of Nick’s career so far has been being invited to the United States Olympic Training Center in New York in the Winter of 2017, where he worked with U.S. Olympic Bobsled, Luge, Skeleton, Biathlon, Freestyle Aerial Skiing and Rhythmic Gymnastics teams.  

Earlier Event: September 27
Fall Injury Clinic Series (Saginaw)
Later Event: October 4
Fall Injury Clinic Series (Saginaw)