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Maximizing Arm Health and Recovery in Baseball Players

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Looking to improve the performance and durability of your baseball players? Injury prevention efforts have fallen short in baseball, and players are still getting injured at alarming rates. Whether you are rehabilitating a pitcher or helping a team with their arm care system, there are certain risk factors and activities that are essential to the health and performance of your players.

Through this course, you will learn how to easily identify and manage injury risk factors with simple testing procedures. Whether you are returning a player to sport after injury or designing a prevention program, there are key risk factors and activities that must be considered for optimal arm care programming. You’ll also learn tips for appropriate recovery after throwing, no matter the level of the player.

This course is designed to enable physical therapists, occupational therapists, and athletic trainers to effectively design and implement this information into their practice immediately.
You can watch the course here It is FREE with your MedBridge subscription. If you don't have a MedBridge subscription or you need to renew it, you can use MedBridge Promo Code PLISKY to get this course and unlimited CEUs for $200 (which is the lowest price available).

Are you looking to gain confidence in taking athletes from injury to high level performance? Looking to simplify the process and gain clarity? Wish you had a community to ask questions and bounce ideas off of? Check out the Coaches Club.

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