Hello Naturopathic Medicine Students!
We hope you are enjoying your Fall Quarter and are gearing up for midterms!
Our next upcoming event is the Seattle Marathon, the Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend, December 1st! We will be having practice labs on weekends before the event so that all who attend feel well prepared!
If you wish to participate at the Marathon, you MUST attend a minimum of 3 of the upcoming mandatory meetings. OPEN LABS will ALSO COUNT as mandatory meetings, so be sure to sign in.
If you cannot make these meetings you are still more than welcome to attend the event, but we will request that you observe only. (The exception to this rule is if you are a 4th or 5th year student and you have attended these events before)
Weekend Meetings Times:
Saturday, November 9th, 5-6:30pm at MIC
Saturday, November 16th, 5-6:30pm at MIC
Sunday, November 24th, 5-6:30pm at MIC
We will continue to be at the Phys Med Open Labs 12-1pm in Rm25 each Tuesday and 11am-12pm Movement Rm Wednesday of Fall quarter!! Feel free to e-mail us with questions.
Congrats to Andrew Simon BSMC Sports Medicine Club Captain for Graduating!
Memorial Day Weekend 25-27th
Bastyr Sports Medicine Club will be there to provide:
Athletic Taping, Kinesio Taping, Stretching
Dr Masa presenting at Mexico Congress of Rehabilitation medicine on October 25th, 2012
Bastyr Sports Medicine Club
Acute Injury Evaluation, Orthopedics, Massage, Muscle Energy Stretching, Sports Medicine, Athletic Taping, Naturopathic Manipulation, Kinesio Taping, & Injury Prevention.
Volunteer’s for the event include Bastyr Naturopathic Medical School Students in various years of the program that have a strong interest in Physical Medicine and musculoskeletal injury prevention. Volunteering at the Seattle Marathon is beneficial not only to the students who are eager to practice their stretching, massage, and manipulation skills, but to the thousands of Athletes who have just finished their race and are looking for comfort and relief from pain. Bastyr Sports Medicine Club in conjunction with the Bastyr Acupuncture team provide a valuable asset to athletes who run the Seattle Marathon. We are a club with over 70 members strong that meet several times a week to practice, review and educate ourselves on techniques that we use for the Seattle Marathon to provide the best care possible to the athletes.
Andrew Simon, 5th year ND student & Erica Joseph 4th year ND/AOM Student
Contact us at: SportsMedClub@bastyr.edu
Volunteer Information for Sports Medicine Club:
- Bastyr Acupuncture and Sports Med Club can be found next to the Chiropractic and Massage Areas
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