THE SCIENCE OF RUNNING, KEEPING YOU RUNNING
Join us for the fourth annual Mountain Land Running Summit in beautiful Park City, Utah. Network with colleagues and leaders in the field of Running Medicine in a relaxed atmosphere surrounded by the stunning fall colors of Utah's Wasatch Mountains. The 2019 Mountain Land Running Summit features presentations covering a range of Running Medicine topics including the latest on running shoes, running injury risk factors, strength training prescription for distance runners, the role of sleep in performance and injury, and sprinting mechanics and risk of hamstring strain injury. The Mountain Land Running Summit is an opportunity to network with other Running Medicine experts while enjoying the recreational opportunities that Park City has to offer.
New for 2019, an optional pre-conference session will be held on Thursday, September 19th from 3-6 PM. The pre-conference will focus on the essentials of conducting a clinical analysis of running mechanics and how to integrate that into your decision making, and provide an additional 3 CEU's for a total of up to 15 CEU's for the entire conference.
Up to 15.0 BOC & UPTA Accredited CEU Hours
12 PRESENTATIONS OVER THREE DAYS WITH LEADERS IN THE FIELD OF RUNNING MEDICINE
Bryan Heiderscheit, PT, PhD
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Chris Johnson, PT
Zeren PT & Performance
Blaise Williams PT, PhD
Mitch Rauh, PT, PhD
San Diego State University
John Dopp, PharmD
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Steve Swanson, MS
IN BEAUTIFUL PARK CITY, UTAH
THE PERFECT PLACE AT THE PERFECT TIME
The Mountain Land Running Summit is being held at the Park City Marriott near the heart of Park City, Utah. By mid-September, the Park City area is near the peak of one of the most beautiful displays of fall foliage in the mountain west. Groves of yellow-leaved Aspen trees line the slopes making it the perfect season for trail running, mountain biking and hiking at the peak of fall colors. And don't forget to bring the family! With attractions like an alpine coaster, zip lines, scenic lift rides, and several local golf courses, Park City is guaranteed to make everyone smile.
Park City features the largest four-season resort in the United States. Pick from a variety of incredible recreational opportunities to supplement your learning experience. Click here to learn more about Park City.
A stay at the Park City Marriott is an experience in itself. Located near the heart of Park City, you'll be perfectly situated for great shopping, hiking, trail running and more. Click here to learn more about accommodations.
Take your trail run, hike, or bike to the next level. Lift-served mountain biking and hiking can get you into the heart of the Utah wilderness in just minutes.
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Register now as space and accommodations are extremely limited. There are only a few seats left!
Physical therapists, physicians, athletic trainers, chiropractors, physician assistants, occupational therapists, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapist assistants, and strength and conditioning professionals.
Featuring up to 15 CEUs, the Mountain Land Running Summit is an accredited Continuing Education Course through the Utah Physical Therapy Association.
Mountain Land is a Board of Certification (BOC) Approved Provider of Level I Continuing Education activities for Certified Athletic Trainers.
None of the individuals involved in planning or presenting at this activity have any relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Upon completion of the Running Summit, participants will be able to:
- Describe the characteristics of the running shoe and how they influence function.
- Identify risk factors for musculoskeletal injuries in distance runners.
- Describe the role of sleep on running performance and injury risk, and strategies to optimize sleep.
- Create an appropriate strength training prescription for runners that includes effective progression.
- Describe the neuromechanics of high-speed running and the associated risk of hamstring strain injuries.
- Determine what functional screen, if any, is effective in assessing injury risk of distance runners.
- Describe key factors to assess when determining a runner’s readiness to run.