SSR’s Clinical Research Foundation Team Attends the 16th Annual Performance Health Scientific Advisory Committee (TRAC) Meeting in Park City Utah

This year’s annual TRAC meeting was held this week in Park City, Utah and members of the Sport and Spine Rehab Clinical Research Foundation attended to present the results of three studies.

EMG Activation of Cervical Musculature during Therapeutic Exercise with Thera‐Band® Resistance versus Manual Resistance authored by Jay Greenstein, DC, CCSP, CGFI‐LI, CKTP, Barton N. Bishop, PT, DPT, CSCS, SCS, CGFI‐L2, CKTP*, Jena L. Etnoyer, M.Ed., ATC Robert Topp, RN, PhD was presented by Dr. Greenstein as was Effectiveness of Biofreeze® on shoulder pain and in‐office exercise performance: A preliminary pilot study with the same authors.

The Effectiveness of Cramer® Sports Motion Tape on Low Back Pain Patients’ Pain and Disability was presented by Dr. Bishop and authored by the same team.

The meeting was attended by 17 TRAC committee members and seven members of the Performance Health Team.

Sport and Spine Rehab Clinical Research Foundation is a 501-c3 dedicated to helping us better fulfill our mission of providing the best evidence-based care to our patients.

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