BACK INJURY PREVENTION
FOR THE EQUESTRIAN
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|In addition to being a Humorist and Cowboy Poet,
David Nelson ‘wears another hat.’ He is a physical therapist,
author, national speaker on health-related topics, ergonomist and
certified hippo therapist. David combines his professional training
and experience as a former working cowboy to bring you his seminar
and DVD titled, “Back Injury Prevention For The Equestrian.”
David has educated thousands of equestrians across the country on how to prevent back pain. He has taught riders of all skill levels the importance and methods of proper stretching before riding or competing. He has written articles in numerous horse-related journals on ways to prevent back pain, how to treat your own pain, how to work around the barn without injury and how to design your own personal stretching program.
He is an alumnus of the University of Dubuque and the University of Iowa. He as over 30 years experience as a physical therapist and public speaker. David is licensed to practice physical therapy in Tennessee and Florida. He is a past member of the American Medical Equestrian Association, The National Speakers Association, National Writers Association and National Human Factors & Ergonomic Society. He is a member of Who’s Who of Elite American Professionals and Who’s Who of America’s Writers and Publishers.
|Now David brings his dynamic
program to you in the form of his DVD and seminar at your horse
event. Call or email him to book his high energy, informative
“I fully endorse David’s program on preventing back injuries. He taught me a great deal on preventing injuries and I am now implementing his approach. I have not had a single episode since following his principles.” Janet DelCostello, author Backyard Racehorse
“Several of my borders show their horses professionally while others ride simply for pleasure. I have shared David’s video with all of them and I am happy to report that we have not had a single person suffer from the debilitating malady of low back pain. His seminar literally put me back on my horse again after suffering years of back pain.” Marcia Lynn Hearndon, owner Two Feathers Stables, Vero Beach Florida
“We so enjoyed having you at our convention. We received several compliments and we all learned a lot. You were well received and I, for one, will immediately begin following what you taught us.” Erica Keeny, American Ranch Horse Association.
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