Monthly Club Meeting
Monday, April 6, 2015 at 8:00 pm at Princeton Sports in Columbia, MD
Gear will be on sale from 7-8 pm and the gear table will close at the start of the meeting, so get there early if you want to buy gear!!
Speaker: The Center for Integrated Manual Therapies
Please join us on April 6th for a discussion and hands-on demonstration of some evaluation techniques that Karen and her team commonly use to find dysfunctions that are not painful, but can increase the risk of injury.
Karen and her team will demonstrate manual therapy techniques that can help correct the dysfunctions and decrease injury risk, home exercises that can be done to help prevent the dysfunctions from coming back. and finally a discussion of some common injuries/pain that they can help with when they do occur. As we enter into the full-swing of the training season you won't want to miss this preparatory discussion.
Karen A. Johnson, MPT, CFMT, Owner
Karen received her certification as a Functional Manual Therapist from The Institute of Physical Art in 1997. Karen co-founded The Center for Integrated Manual Therapies, LLC in March of 2000. She has a reputation for solving even the most difficult and treatment-resistant musculoskeletal dysfunctions.
Scott Juzwak, PT, DPT, OCS, CFMT
After earning his Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science/Physiology from Temple University in 2003, Scott received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Boston University in 2006. Utilizing functional manual physical therapy, Scott focuses on resolving musculoskeletal dysfunctions and motivating his clients to achieve an enhanced quality of life.
Joseph A. Norton, PT, MS, CFMT
Joe received his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Springfield College (MA) in 2009. Along with manual therapy, Joe also has training in Functional Dry Needling and Sports Medicine.
Kyle D. McIntyre, PT, DPT
Kyle, a Philadelphia-area native, graduated from Arcadia University with a B.A. in Biology in 2009 and a Doctor of Physical Therapy in January 2012. Kyle uses Trigger Point Dry Needling as an adjunctive to treating clients with musculoskeletal dysfunction.
As always, this event is open to the public. We encourage non-members to
come and check us out, ask questions and meet some great folks.
→ Directions to Princeton Sports
Princeton Bike Rides are a great way to learn our local tri courses, meet training partners,
or support new triathletes by volunteering as a ride leader. Princeton provides cue sheets
and SAG support on Sunday mornings. → Training
News and Notes
MMTC needs volunteers! This club is run by volunteers and it is through your generosity with your time
that we can offer such amazing club activities for all! Please consider volunteering at least once this year.
Club Awards! We congratulate you, Mid Maryland Triathlon Club, on a great performance at 2014 IRONMAN 70.3 Eagleman (First Place), 2014 IRONMAN 70.3 Syracuse (Second Place), 2014 IRONMAN Mont-Tremblant (Third Place)! Keep up the great work this year!
Paratriathletes welcome! Athletes of all abilities are welcome to join MMTC and participate in all training,
mentoring, social, and other activities. Club members have experience supporting physically challenged athletes as training
buddies, handlers, guides. We are actively looking to expand participation of ALL athletes! Funding may be available to
support membership dues. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on funding or integrating with MMTC.
Mentoring Program will be starting again in Spring 2014! If you are interested in being a mentor
or having a mentor, this is the program for you! → Mentoring
Bike Box Rental is a membership benefit for all current members of MMTC. If you wish
to reserve the bike box for an event,
email the Club President.
A $50 deposit is required by check, which will be refunded as soon as the bike box is returned.