Rehab For Lifters Will Cover:
- How to avoid injury risk (e.g. monitoring spikes in training volume, prioritizing recovery)
- Important range of motion requirements for successful performance
- Introduction to helpful exercises for the strength athlete
Dr. Jordan Seda’s first introduction to the power of physical therapy came not as a graduate student, but as a patient. As a three-sport varsity letterman in high school from Lakewood, NJ, Jordan had a history of chronic ankle issues but gained full recovery through the help and compassion of skilled physical therapists.
Gaining a deep appreciation for the field of rehabilitation, he went on to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and Sport Studies from Rutgers University. After Rutgers, Jordan went on to complete his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Columbia University.
During the course of his career, Jordan has become a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist (OCS), a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA and a Certified Clinical Powerlifting Coach (CCPC). He has also taken a number of continuing education courses including (but not limited to) Functional Range Conditioning and Dr. Craig Liebenson’s First Principles of Movement course. Aside from working with patients to achieve their goals through his knowledge of anatomy and sports, Jordan is passionate about pain neuroscience and is actively working to help people better understand that the brain and central nervous system has much to do with injury and recovery
Saturday January 11, 2020
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