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ALEXANDRIA, Minn. (June 2013) – Registration is open for Heartland Orthopedic Specialists’ 2013 PEAK Performance, a growth and development program aimed at helping young athletes acquire skill, maximize athletic potential and reduce the risk of injury. To register, visit www.HeartlandOrthopedics.com/peakperformance.
Based on the model of Long Term Athlete Development, the program, led by certified athletic trainers, serves as a systematic approach to maximizing young athletes’ potential. By identifying key benchmarks that participants must achieve at every level of the program, PEAK Performance tailors to each participant through an individualized focus on his or her unique growth and maturation, particularly during the young developmental years.
“We are proud to offer the PEAK Performance program again this year,” says Eric W. Nelson, M.D., sports medicine doctor at Heartland Orthopedic Specialists. “It is exciting to be able to share our athletic trainers’ expertise with young athletes, to teach them proper form and techniques for athletic activity and ultimately help reduce their risk of injury.”
For more information about PEAK Performance, contact Heartland Orthopedic Specialists at (320) 335-6078.
Since 1974, Heartland Orthopedic Specialists has provided exceptional orthopedic care to residents in west central Minnesota. Specializing in sports medicine, treatment of the upper and lower extremities and total joint replacements and revisions, the seven-doctor practice is one of the few outside the Twin Cities to offer two fellowship-trained sports medicine doctors within the subspecialties of orthopedics. For more information or to schedule an appointment, visit Heartland Orthopedic Specialists online at www.HeartlandOrthopedics.com.
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