The focus of this seminar is to educate athletes in dealing with common head and neck injuries specific to mixed martial arts. Participants will learn how to identify their injury, learn the necessary steps to properly respond to the injury, and begin the healing process without causing further harm. The seminar will also cover useful exercises and training methods to prevent these types of injuries. This seminar is appropriate for both teenagers and adults who are interested in obtaining immediately applicable information about head and neck injuries. This event is free to both members and non-members. Space is limited and reservations are available on a first-come first-serve basis. Email us at email@example.com to reserve your spot today! Please be sure to include your name, contact information, and number of guests.
Keiron Holmes, PT, DPT, SCS, has a B.S. in Exercise Physiology and Doctor of Physical Therapy from Temple University. He is also a board certified sports specialist (SCS), who has worked with elite athletes ranging from collegiate athletes to professional athletes including Olympians.
Keiron’s Vision: A Physical Therapist does more than rehabilitate an injury. We play an important role in restoring a patient’s quality of life. As a former patient who has had to rehabilitate an injury, I can empathize and fully understand how frustrating having an injury can be. Through fully educating a patient and providing a guideline for proper training, we not only play an important role in assisting a patient’s recovery but also decrease the likelihood of a future injury by emphasizing injury prevention.
Ujjwal Shakya, PT, DPT, is a Physical Therapist at Select Physical Therapy’s outpatient physical therapy Woodbridge center. He is a board certified Manual Therapy specialist/resident with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Texas Woman’s University, Dallas, TX. He has achieved success in the treatment of all orthopedic and neurological conditions that include spine rehabilitation, whiplash, post-surgery, sports injuries. He passed his Manual Therapy Residency Program from Ola Grimsby Institute, San Diego, CA, in 2010-2011 and is currently pursuing his Doctor of Manual Therapy degree from Ola Grimsby Institute.
Ujjwal’s Vision: “Be Good, Do Good, and Be Sure About It!”