Knee injuries are some of the most common among athletes who participate in sports like skiing, running, soccer, and football. There’s also a higher incidence of knee injuries and chronic knee problems among women, whose body design makes them more vulnerable than men to the condition. Even if you haven’t experienced knee pain, you probably know someone who has.
Come to Fleet Feet’s FREE Knee Clinic on Thursday, November 19 at 7:15 pm to learn about knee pain and how to find relief. This talk is geared toward adult runners of all abilities who want more information about common knee overuse injuries, including illiotibial band friction syndrome, patellofemoral pain syndrome, and hamstring tendonitis. Come to the clinic and find out how to minimize your risk for overuse injuries, and learn some physical therapy exercises for each condition.
Lisa Brone, MD, and physical therapist Jeanette Hrubes will lead the clinic. Lisa is a board certified family physician and sports medicine specialist who has spent nine years treating NCAA athletes. Clinic director and owner of Peak Form Physical Therapy in Boulder and Brighton, Jeanette has more than 15 years of clinical experience in outpatient rehabilitation and occupational medicine, including extensive experience with knee injuries.
Space is limited; please RSVP by calling the store at 303.939.8000.