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Published on February 09, 2015

Training for Golf: Programs to Improve Performance and Decrease Injury

Your body is the most important piece of equipment for any sport you play and golf is no exception. On Tuesday, March 10 from 6:30-8:00pm join Matthew Gammons, MD and Tyler White, ATC of Vermont Orthopaedic Clinic’s iSPORT Program, as they discuss injuries common to golf and a golf specific strength and conditioning program.

The presentation is designed specifically for golfers of all ages and abilities who want to learn more about injuries common to golf along with a strength and conditioning program that will enhance your performance and decrease the risk of injury. Regardless of your current skill level, this presentation will provide information about staying healthy on and off the course and keep you in the game.

This presentation is a part of Rutland Regional Medical Center’s Community Education programming and will be held at the Rutland Country Club on 275 Grove Street, Rutland, VT and is FREE and open to the public. Register online for this free program or call 802.772.2400.

About Rutland Regional Medical Center

Established in 1896, Rutland Regional is the second largest hospital in Vermont and is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of families and individuals.

Nationally Recognized Care

At Rutland Regional, our commitment to quality patient care has been recognized locally and nationally by becoming the first hospital in Vermont to receive both the Governor’s Award for Performance Excellence and Magnet Recognition® for quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovation. Rutland Regional has also been recognized by the Joint Commission as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures and was honored with an “A” grade by The Leapfrog Group an independent industry watchdog, in the Fall 2014 Hospital Safety Score, which rates how well hospitals protect patients from errors, injuries and infections.

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