Streaming LIVE video from the HydroWorx Pool!
Presented By: Randy Cohen, ATC, Assistant Director of Athletics, University of Arizona
An ACL tear is a common sports related injury that affects many athletes. The pre and post-surgical rehabilitation can be complicated and long term. Randy Cohen, ATC is an athletic trainer at the University of Arizona who has over 10 years’ experience utilizing the HydroWorx pools to rehab ACL injuries. He will review the use of the pools from the time of injury to days after surgery to low impact conditioning after the athlete has returned to sport. Randy will discuss all steps along the rehab process and the ways that water therapy and the HydroWorx pools enhance the overall rehab process and function when the athlete returns to sport.
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This 1 hour webcast was broadcast live from the HydroWorx 2000 Series pool at University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ.
Randy Cohen is currently the associate athletics director for medical services at the University of Arizona. He has been in that position since 2001. Before coming to Arizona, Randy was an assistant athletic trainer for eight years at Purdue University and spent one season as an intern athletic trainer at University of Notre Dame. Randy has a degree in athletic training from Purdue University, a degree in physical therapy from the University of Illinois - Chicago, and a doctorate of physical therapy from Simmons College. He is the chair of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) College and University Athletic Training Committee.
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