The Knee – PT perspective on Pilates based programs for post-surgical and common injuries
With Kim Osterberger DPT
April 12, 2014 2;30-5:30 PM $125 (early bird discount 3/15 $100) click here to register
We will review anatomy and the mechanics of the knee to give you an understanding of injuries and how to prevent them with Pilates-based exercises.
- Anatomy breakdown
- Knee Mechanics
- Forces on the knee and reasons for injuries
- Common Injuries
- Knee surgeries and precautions
- Pilates based exercises
Kim Osterberger graduated from New York University in 2009 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. For the first two years after school she worked at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital with orthopedic, amputee and neurological populations. Before PT school she was a professional ballet and modern dancer in New York. Kim has been a certified instructor of Pilates for over ten years in the city working in the fields of dancer training, orthopedics and women’s health.