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Douglas College

700 Royal Avenue

Room N2223

New Westminster, BC V3M 5Z5

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April 2, 2019 is National Biomechanics Day!

The Faculty of Science & Technology, Sport Science Department, is opening up their Movement Analysis Lab to showcase biomechanics. In the morning, come check out some awesome activities to find out more about Douglas College, our student's and your own personal biomechanics. The activities are open to everyone and space is unlimited! No need to RSVP!!

In the afternoon, we have fantastic guest speaker, Dr. Nic Lendvoy, who will discuss "Back to Basics - Simplifying Biomechanics in Prehabilitation and Rehabilitation". If you would like to join us for this talk, please RSVP by reserving a ticket by March 26, 2019.

Movement Analysis Lab Activities

Time: 10:30 am to 12:00 pm

Location: Room N2223, Douglas College, New Westminster Campus

  • Posture Analysis: How your posture impacts your life
  • Dissecting your Deadlift: The right and wrong way to lift heavy objects
  • Movement Tracking: Force plate analysis of your golf swing, overhead squat, and other movements
  • Barefoot vs Running Shoes Comparison: How well do you run?
  • Current student and BPEC Alumni project presentations

Guest Speaker

Presenter: Dr. Nic Lendvoy

Time: 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Location: Aboriginal Gathering Place, Room , Douglas College, New Westminster Campus

Topic: Back to Basics - Simplifying Biomechanics in Prehabilitation and Rehabilitation

Join us for some light refreshments and snacks at the guest speaker presentation! And, remember to RSVP!

Dr. Lendvoy attended the University of British Columbia where he received his Bachelor of Human Kinetics before obtaining his Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. As a clinician his areas of interest lie in sports medicine and performance therapy, though he is equally proficient treating a variety of patients including geriatrics and those with chronic pain, migraine and motor vehicle accident related issues. He specializes in the use of therapeutic exercise, chiropractic manipulation, Active Release Technique (ART) soft tissue therapy, multiple electro- and physical therapy modalities as well as nutritional and lifestyle counselling.

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National Biomechanics Day

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Douglas College

700 Royal Avenue

Room N2223

New Westminster, BC V3M 5Z5

Canada

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