Adding to its long list of medical recognitions, AB-Vanced NEU-Spine Technologies of Los Angeles is proud to announce its successful Continuing educational event with the Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association.
LOS ANGELES, CA. September 24, 2009 – As a committed specialist in providing progressions and solutions for strengthening and stabilizing the spine, AB-Vanced NEU-Spine Technologies, LLC (ABNST, LLC) is happy to announce its recent successful event coordinated with Oklahoma’s Relax the Back (RTB) stores for the Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association (OPTA). The continuing educational program included cutting edge research on spine stabilization — back and neck pain solutions for professionals teaching therapeutic progressions for functional training and assessment. “Considering ABNST, LLC’s established reputation for excellence when providing simple innovative training options for professional bridging the gap between dysfunction and function when dealing with back pain and postural disorders, joining forces with RTB known for excellence in providing lifestyle products that provide solutions for back pain management not only makes sense but is truly exciting,” according to Lee Brandon, C.S.C.S., President of ABNST, LLC. “In the last 10 years, RTB has supported Health and Wellness programs, and is an outstanding support for professionals promoting pain management solutions for lifestyle changes to their clients. We are also honored and thankful for the opportunity to support professional programs, such as the Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association, which is committed to offering the latest in advanced therapeutic research and techniques to their members. We believe that these continuing educational services and workshops will serve as excellent cornerstones for preeminent programs, professionals and cutting-edge services to gain the attention of new patients and ultimately help them experience much-desired pain relief on the short term and a heightened lifestyle change for the long term.” According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are more than 250,000 work-related back injuries annually. Coincidentally, health care professionals are most susceptible to injury.
According to national statistics, six of the top 10 professions at greatest risk for back injury are: nurse’s aides, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, health aides, radiology technicians, and physical therapists. There are innumerable cases of back injury outside of the workplace.
It is common knowledge among strength training professionals and back injury health care professionals that core strength training is essential in promoting spinal health and reducing the likelihood of back-related injuries.
For more information, visit http://www.abinforcer.com/, call Lee Brandon, CSCS, at 702-334-4327, or mailto:email@example.com or Denise Vladovich, CEAS, Relax The Back Medical Liaison, (405) 414-2715 or email at MktSolutions@cox.net .
About Lee Brandon
Lee Brandon, CSCS is a LA-based Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, motivational speaker and is the founder of AB-Vanced NEU-Spine® Training, holding multiple patents for fitness innovations. She is also the 2001 Re/Max and 2003 Safeway Women’s World Long Drive Champion, Olympic training coach and a former NFL assistant strength coach for the New York Jets.. For more information visit http://www.leebrandoninc.com/
About Relax The Back
Relax The Back is a back-care specialty retailer. Based in Southern California, the company operates over 120 franchise and independently owned retail locations throughout North America. Relax The Back offers a selection of medically-endorsed, high-quality back/relaxation lifestyle products, including the popular Relax The Back mattresses. Information about the company and its products can be found at http://www.relaxtheback.com/.
About Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association
The OPTA is dedicated to the profession of physical therapy in Oklahoma and to serving the state’s members. http://www.okpt.org/