San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy to Participate in UCSF Sport Injury and Rehabilitation Conference

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Bay Area physical therapist to join other health care professionals at sports medicine event designed to educate and promote dialogue on the latest running injury treatment interventions, emerging therapies and analysis of clinical trials for surgical and non-surgical issues encountered in sports medicine, athletic events, and physical therapy.

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San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy specializes in sports therapy.

This is a great venue for sports trainers, athletic trainers, and medical professionals to learn about the advances in physical therapy rehabilitation of sports injuries.

San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy has announced its participation in the Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Conference at UCSF, Mission Bay Campus, on June 18th, 2011. This one-day conference is intended for physicians, athletic trainers, and physical therapist that provide care to athletes of all levels.

Distinguished speakers will include Nicole Haas, DPT, OCS from San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy and UCSF specialists from the department of Orthopedic surgery who will present the most up-to-date information regarding running styles and musculoskeletal issues for running injuries, specifically with athletes. Topics will range from barefoot running to external leg pain such as shin splints. They will also provide a workshop for participants that focuses on running styles, ankle injuries, knee pain and shoe assessment. Each workshop will include time for question and answers, discussions and lab interaction between faculty and program participants.

“This is a great venue for sports trainers, athletic trainers, and medical professionals to learn about the advances in physical therapy rehabilitation of sports injuries,” said Krutika Patel, MSPT and a PT and Principal at San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy. “Physical Therapy focuses on techniques for preventing injuries related to running or other sports.”

San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy believes that when you are dealing with running related sports injuries, there is not one particular treatment that solves all issues. “We feel that it is important to give clients a detailed assessment of their body’s biomechanics, and we identify each patient’s structural demands and physical performance limitations to determine their treatment plan.”

“Every runner is an individual” said Krutika Patel “At San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy we customize each of our patient’s treatment plans to their body’s specific needs and abilities. We are the Bay Area’s experts at assessment, treatment and correction of sports related injuries.”

To learn more about proper treatment of a sports related injury call (415)593-2532, go to our website http://www.sfphysicaltherapy.com, or drop by our offices located in the Marina District, Financial District and Castro District in San Francisco, and Marin and San Mateo.

For more information about San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy to Participate in UCSF Sport Injury and Rehabilitation Conference or any of San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy’s treatments, call them at (415) 593-2532 or visit them on the web at http://www.sfphysicaltherapy.com.

About San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy
San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy is a physical therapy clinic that specializes in sports injuries, including running injuries.

San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy serves the San Francisco Bay Area, including the communities of Alameda, Antioch, Berkeley, Castro Valley, Concord, Daly City, Dublin, Emeryville, Fairfield, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Marin, Martinez, Mill Valley, Mountain View, Napa, Novato, Oakland, Palo Alto, Pleasanton, Redwood City, Richmond, San Bruno, San Francisco, San Jose, San Mateo, San Rafael, San Ramon, Santa Clara, Sonoma County, Solano County, Vacaville, Vallejo, and Walnut Creek.

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