This episode of the Swimming Science Podcast features Jenni Brozena.

 Jenni Brozena is the President and Owner of Aqueous, a healthcare education and human performance company specific to the aquatic athlete. The company’s cross-disciplinary approach brings exercise physiologists, physical therapists, athletic training, sports medicine doctors, athletes, and parents together to understand the body/water connection. The evidence-based approach is centered on the deliberate treatment of the unique needs of the aquatic athlete. She also currently serves as the Director of Aquatic Performance at Kinetic Physical Therapy where she and physical therapists utilize video analysis to build a deliberate treatment plan and return to sport goals for aquatic athletes. Her research has been accepted at the Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming Symposium and the 3D Analysis of Human Movement Symposium. Her current research interests include neuromuscular core control during the body roll and utilizing video analysis as a patient outcome measure in the health care setting.

IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • Swimming Rehabilitation.
  • Cycle of Swimming Injury
  • Swimmers Shoulder
  • Swimmers Shoulder Rehabilitation.
  • Role of Coaches and Therapists during an Injury.
  • Aqueous.
  • Continuing Education in Swimming.

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