Sue Falsone Book and DVD signing at CSM: Get 40% OFF while supplies last

If you’re attending the APTA Combined Sections Meeting in Washington, DC, January 23-25, be sure to stop by the MeyerPT booth (#1904).

Sue Falsone, PT Aligned Contributor and Founder of Structure and Function Education,

will be there throughout the event to discuss Dry Needling Innovations and her new book, Bridging The Gap.

Renowned physical therapist Mike Voight (PT, DHSc, OCS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, FAPTA) had this to say about Sue’s latest book:

To date there have been numerous books written about rehabilitation for the medical professional. Likewise, there have been training books written for the strength and conditioning coach. But these professionals don’t work in independent silos; they work together as a team, and understanding the roles of each is imperative to best meet the needs of the athlete. “Bridging the Gap” fills this crucial role, and who better to impart knowledge and experience than Sue Falsone, who has worked in this role her entire career at the highest level of sport. I have known Sue Falsone for many years and can attest to her integrated collaborative approach. “Bridging the Gap” is a must read for anyone working with athletes in the continuum of rehabilitation to performance.

From now until CSM, get 40% off Sue’s top selling DVD’s

Sue worked at Athletes’ Performance for 13 years, last serving as the Vice President of Performance Physical Therapy and Team Sport. She worked with the Los Angeles Dodgers for 6 years, last serving as head athletic trainer and physical therapist. She holds the distinction of being the first female head athletic trainer in any of the four major sports in the United States (MLB, NFL, NHL, NBA).

This 58-minute DVD lecture covers:

  • The anatomy of the cervical thoracic junction: Build a strong foundation for treatment and prevention by understanding this complex region of the body
  • Simple, practical exercises you can do with clients to restore mobility and function in the cervical thoracic junction
  • Preventing tension from building up in the shoulders and neck in the first place
  • Breathing strategies to mobilize certain areas of the body

Sue Falsone at the MeyerPT Booth at the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapists Team Concept Conference in Las Vegas in December.

Disc One
In disc one, Sue starts by looking at the anatomy of the shoulder, describes common issues she sees in patients/clients, and explains how to identify them. After you’ve studied this video, you’ll better understand the interconnected components that make up the shoulder, and the common problems your clients and athletes may experience.

Disc Two
In disc two, Sue demonstrates four common shoulder compensations found in overhead athletes and using athlete models, she demonstrates her favorite exercises to correct them.

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