Learn more about the anatomy of cycling, running, rowing, focusing on performance, injury prevention, and strengthening past injuries in the lower body.
- Review basic anatomy of the knee, hip and ankle
- Cover common injuries/pathologies
- Discuss and instruct preventative strategies and exercise to avoid injury and improve performance
- Discuss rehabilitative considerations across the continuum from self-rehab to physical therapy to referral
Meet our speaker, Dr. Erik Gregersen:
Dr. Erik Gregersen, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point in 1995. Upon graduation, Erik served as an Army Officer for four years before working in operations management as well as several sales and marketing positions. He returned to school and graduated with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Concordia University of Wisconsin in 2011. After graduation he completed a year-long manual therapy internship at Bellin Health in Green Bay. He currently practices at Froedtert Health as a part of the sports medicine team in addition to owning a small “cash-based” private practice primarily working with CrossFit and other athletes. Erik is a board certified orthopedic specialist, is certified in dry needling and is currently a Fellow in Training through Evidence in Motion. Additionally, he teaches and mentors in several different capacities.