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On-Demand: Relative Energy Deficiency in Sports (RED-S): How you can help!

Webinar • Sports

Presenter: Teresa Schuemann, Charlie Anderson

Relative Energy Deficiency in Sports (RED-S) describes a preventable syndrome for athletes who do not fuel appropriately or enough to support the demands of their daily lives including their athletic endeavors. The learner will gain an understanding of this syndrome including the multiple systems that can be impaired as a result of low energy availability and learn some practical strategies to identify and initiate management of this system in your clinical practice.

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Teresa Schuemann

Dr. Teresa Schuemann has over thirty years of professional experience in sports physical therapy. She has served as a member of the sports medicine team at the United States Olympic Center and International Triathlon Union. She attained her physical therapy degree from University of Missouri: Columbia (1987), her board certification in sports physical therapy (1996...

Charlie Anderson

Charlie Anderson obtained his bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences from Grand Valley State University in 2013, Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Wayne State University in 2017, and Post-Doctoral Sports Physical Therapy residency training through Evidence in Motion. Supported by a strong clinical background from working in a private sports medicine clinic in Novi, Michigan. Charlie’s prior experience also includes...

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Margaret Grey

Commented • September 10, 2023

Can’t wait for this webinar. Sounds interesting.

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