WORKSHOPS & CLINICS
William Bateman has developed numerus injury prevention clinics and workshop for climbers, skiers, snowboarders, runners, and swimmers. He's presented to audiences throughout Canada and the United States, ranging from large international conferences to youth competitive teams.
We’ve all suffered from pesky overuse injuries. They can be debilitating, painful, and a constant frustration. Finger, elbow and shoulder injuries are the most common, with neck, back and knee injuries not far behind. Many of these injuries are preventable. Identifying early warning signs and the breakdown of climbing form are critical to avoiding them. This workshop is designed to help you understand how climbing form breaks down and how to correct it. You’ll also learn to look for problem areas in your training programs and how to address them so that you can prevent these injuries from creeping up. This is a hands-on workshop so come prepared to move your body!
Knowledge on how best to rehab injuries has never been so easily accessible. Unfortunately, there's an obscene amount of misinformation that can be both deceptive and harmful. So let's get to it and demystify the good from the crap. We'll use science to have a good hard look at common treatment strategies. Anything is fair game: functional training, PNF, mobility work, stability work, pain science, ultrasound, IMS, acupuncture, cryotherapy, manual therapy, cold laser, IFC, TENS, heat therapy, nerve flossing, tendon loading, movement interventions, and more! Bring your questions and get ready to have a lively discussion on what will actually help you rehab your climbing injuries.
Understanding how the pain system works can go a long way in helping you recover from persistent pain. In this workshop we invite you to learn how the various systems in our body influences our pain, and how you can start to take control of it.
The workshop is presented jointly by William Bateman, physiotherapist, Danielle Berman, social worker, and Kavanagh Danaher, dietitian. It promises to be engaging through demonstrations, anecdotes, and stories, and will emphasize pain self-management strategies.
Email William Bateman or call 604.243.1634 to RSVP. Space is limited!