How to train movement to live, work, and play pain-free

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For the past five years on, coach Mark Roozen and sonographer Doug Wuebben have offered advice to sonographers on how they can correct the movement problems that lead to job-related pain and discomfort. We've collected their years of wisdom into a single downloadable resource that is available for free to members.

2016 02 02 11 25 03 90 Wuebben Pdf Cover 200 "How to train movement to live, work, and play pain free" is a comprehensive guide of 17 articles that address the gamut of work-related issues that sonographers might encounter. Each article offers a comprehensive look at the physical challenges that sonographers can face, along with strategies for overcoming them.

The series starts with an article on tips for rest, regeneration, and recovery, and concludes with the 10 Sonography Sins that can lead to pain and the simple exercises and basic stretches that alleviate these problems. In between, you'll find articles on the importance of setting priorities in your career, and thoughts on future job growth in the field. To download the PDF, click here.

About the authors

Doug Wuebben Doug Wuebben has spent the past 15 years as a registered diagnostic cardiac sonographer (RDCS) for adult and pediatric echocardiography in southeast South Dakota. Doug is also the technical director of his ICAEL-accredited echocardiography laboratory, and he has also become a consultant in exercise and ergonomics in the area of sonography.

Doug is a national speaker and internationally published author on the subjects of exercise/ergonomics, pediatric telemedicine, and lab accreditation. One of his passions at the moment is educating and helping sonographers extend their careers by using simple exercise and ergonomic techniques.

Mark Roozen Mark Roozen, MEd, CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT, FNSCA, has a master's degree in health, physical education, and recreation, with emphasis in exercise physiology. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS,*D), a certified personal trainer (NSCA-CPT), and a fellow of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (FNSCA). He has been in the strength, conditioning, and performance field for more than 28 years.

Mark, also known as "Coach Rozy," has worked with teams from high school to the professional ranks as a sports coach and strength and performance coach, most recently with the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League (NFL) on their strength and conditioning staff. He is also an author with numerous articles, books, training manuals, DVDs, and other video productions.

Mark is the owner and director of Coach Rozy, LLC, a training and consulting company, and is co-owner of 911 Tactical Performance, which works with first responders and tactical athletes. He is also co-founder of LIVE PAIN FREE, which works with groups, teams, and corporations to help their staff and employees achieve peak levels of health, wellness, and performance.

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