How To Train with an Injury

Make time to workout this Holiday Season…despite your injury!

That’s right! You CAN maintain fitness while injured. There are ways to continue with your exercise regime – properly, safely & effectively. Learn how!

Performance Spine & Sports Medicine is a proud partner of Gold’s Gym “Extra, Extra” Wellness Series ~ designed just for you. Join us for this FREE lecture:

THURSDAY • NOVEMBER 14 • 6PM • Gold’s Gym Lawrenceville, Mind & Body Room

Learn ALL About How to Train with an Injury:

• Learn about the 3 stages of injury: 1–Initial, 2–Recovery, 3–Functional / RTP
• Learn how to overcome mental challenges that can occur with an injury.
• Learn how to avoid getting injured.
• Get health tips on how eating right can help you heal…& more!

Get expert advice from Assistant Director of Sports Performance & Athletic Trainer Carrie Dudley, M.S., AT. You don’t have to have an injury to attend – Everyone can benefit from this insightful lecture. Q&A to follow. All are welcome!

Empower Your Mind&- Get Back to Health.See you next Thursday!

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