From his pool’s underwater treadmill and resistance jets, to float belts and water weights, he will explore ways to make workouts more attractive and unique for everyone involved.
Middletown, PA (PRWEB) October 11, 2017
An advanced aquatic pool may be the focal point of any hydrotherapy facility, but it’s only as useful as the creativity of the aquatic therapy professionals using it. This is especially true in the world of sports rehabilitation and cross-training, where young and seasoned athletes appreciate constant variation to stay motivated, improve overall functionality and enjoy better outcomes. Consequently, every physical therapist or athletic trainer needs to have his or her own aquatics toolkit on hand.
On October 12, 2017, from 1:00-2:00 p.m. E.D.T., Collin Francis, Assistant Football Athletic Trainer at Indiana University, will share the tools he uses during “The Hydrotherapy Toolkit: An Equipment Guide to Elevate Rehab.” This one-hour webinar is specifically designed to help participants explore the aids and solutions that boost participation and results.
During the live event, Francis will talk about his own philosophy of being creative during aquatic therapy sessions for the benefit of his athletes. From his pool’s underwater treadmill and resistance jets, to float belts and water weights, he will explore ways to make workouts more attractive and unique for everyone involved.
Attendees of “The Hydrotherapy Toolkit: An Equipment Guide to Elevate Rehab” can expect to learn a variety of insights from Francis, including how to incorporate music into exercise and rehab protocols. Throughout the webinar, sport-specific training methodologies will be illustrated with images and videos.
Although the event is free to join, pre-registration is required. Interested participants may visit the HydroWorx website to quickly sign up for the event.
About the Presenter
Collin Francis’ journey to Assistant Football Athletic Trainer at Indiana University has included stints with many other organizations. These include Morgan State University, the Carolina Panthers, the San Diego Chargers and the University of Delaware. In addition, he works for the USA Swimming National Team and was on staff during the Russian-based 2013 World University Games.
Francis holds degrees from the University of Delaware and Clemson University. While earning his Master’s at the latter, he served as the football and swimming and diving teams’ Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer.
Since the late 1990s, HydroWorx has manufactured aquatic therapy products with integrated underwater treadmills to enable rehabilitation professionals to more effectively offer their patients the opportunity to increase range of motion, decrease risk of falls and joint stress, and remain motivated through the rehab process.
Products such as the HydroWorx 2000 and 500 Series therapy pools, along with the HydroWorx 300 system designed for existing facilities have revolutionized the face of aquatic therapy; in fact, HydroWorx technology is used by world-class facilities like the renowned Kennedy Krieger Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Frazier Rehab Institute and The Andrews Institute, as well as many elite athletic programs including the Kansas State University, Clemson, Michigan State, New York Giants, The Penn State University, Manchester United and Chelsea Football Clubs and hundreds more.
HydroWorx offers a wide range of underwater treadmill pools and peripheral products and services. Every day, more than 30,000 athletes and patients use HydroWorx technology to recover from injuries and health conditions.
More information about HydroWorx can be found at http://www.HydroWorx.com.