On May 1st 2014 at Performance Sports and Wellness on Cherry Hill Road there will be a free stride and gait analysis. Using slow motion video analysis with Dr. Ness runners can learn if they have biomechanical flaws in their running form. Using Harris Mat foot imprinting with Rob Sobel, C.Ped runners can learn whether they have a neutral foot, a pronated foot, or supinated foot. Knowing the type of foot you have is important in choosing the type of shoe you run in. Rock and Snow will be there with the latest running shoes that they carry to try on and purchase.
After our analysis runners will learn the proper running shoe for their foot, and if they have any biomechanical flaws in their stride that could lead to an injury or be causing any of the following common running injuries; Achilles pain, plantar fasciitis, shin splints, calf pain, hamstring strains, knee pain, patella femoral tracking problems, hip pain, ITB syndrome, and back pain.
Our free Stride/Gait analysis can be used to help athletes run more efficiently and to prevent an injury before it happens.
Dr. David Ness –– Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner® (CCSP) & Active Release Techniques Provider (ART)
Rob Sobel, Certified Pedorthist
Rock & Snow
What: (to bring): Your running shoes and clothes. We have a changing room if needed.
Where: Performance Sport & Wellness, 3 Cherry Hill road, New Paltz, NY 12561. 845-255-1200.
Cost: FREE. Space is limited to the first 20 persons. You will need to reserve your time.
Call 255-1200, visit Dr. David Ness on Facebook, or by fill out our contact form.
Bill Weinstein, L.Ac. will be speaking at the Saugerties Public Library this coming Monday, December 9, from 6:00-8:00 PM.
Acupuncture, including a recent development commonly referred to “dry needling,” grows from an ancient lineage with branches in many cultures. Several thousand years of recorded practice demonstrate its efficacy and its safety. How does it work? A modern understanding of the nervous system has begun to elucidate the actual mechanisms underlying acupuncture’s action. “A Modern View of Acupuncture” will provide an overview of the history, practice, and physiology of acupuncture and its latter-day descendent, dry needling.
For directions to the Saugerties Library click this link http://goo.gl/maps/DtqyE
William Weinstein, L.Ac. has been an acupuncturist for more than eleven years. He has written about acupuncture for publications as diverse as Hudson Valley Business Journal and European Journal of Oriental Medicine.
William Weinstein, M.S., L.Ac., Dipl. NCCAOM
William Weinstein, Licensed Acupuncturist
3 Cherry Hill Road, Suite A (at Performance Sports & Wellness), New Paltz NY 12561.
Integrated Systemic Dry Needling for Sports Injuries and Trauma Rehabilitation
Listening to the Body: Pathways to Health
William Weinstein, L.Ac., and Dr. Casey Swann
– at Gardiner Library Bodywork Series
Performance Sports and Wellness’s acupuncturist, William Weinstein, L.Ac., and PSAW’s associate chiropractor, Dr. Casey Swann, will take part in an October-November bodywork series at Gardiner Library in Gardiner New York.
The series, Listening to the Body: Pathways to Health was conceived by Wlliam Weinstein as a way to highlight innovative approaches to bodywork practiced by local healthcare providers.
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Zero Balancing: Secrets of the Skeleton
Saturday October 13 | 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Saturday October 20 | 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Rolfing Structural Integration
Saturday November 3 | 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Chiropractic and Active Release Technique: Beyond the “Crack”
Sunday, November 4 | 12:30 – 2:00 PM