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Zack will lead participants through demonstrations of movements and exercises along with providing education from a culmination of research and his direct extensive experience with athletes. His clinic will focus on understanding tendon physiology, what leads to tendon adaptation and “mal-adaptation,” why tendon injuries take longer to heal, and how to maintain healthy tendons through monitoring your workload and the way you move.

Dec 9, 2020 04:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Zack DiCristino
Zack has been practicing sports physical therapy since 2003, and climbing since 1998. He obtained his bachelors degree in Exercise Science at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill in 1998, and his Masters of Physical Therapy at University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 2003. He is a board-certified orthopedic and sports clinical specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association. After starting his career at Howard Head Sports Medicine in Vail, CO, he later worked at Stanford University Athletics with Division-I athletes from 36 different teams. He served as the lead therapist for the Stanford Football and Cross Country/Track and Field Teams for two years each. He has been working with professional and recreational climbers since 2008 and with the USA Climbing youth and adult teams since 2016. He serves as the USA Climbing National Team Physical Therapist and Medical Manager often traveling with the team to international competitions and to the 2021 Summer Oly