Climbing Injury Rehab and Prevention
Ross Bodine, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT, is your go to guy. His passion for climbing has given him a deep understanding of the unique movement requirements of the sport. The knowledge gained during his physical therapy fellowship and ongoing education, as well as his own experiences as a climber for 12+ years, will help you climb with the confidence you never imagined possible.
Climb with Confidence
Ross demonstrating the classic try-hard face when his hips fell too far away from the wall. Contrast this with a more restful posture once his hips align closer to the wall.
Just because you can muscle your way through a move, doesn’t mean you should always try to do it that way… but if it happens from time to time that’s okay. Because trying hard with muscles does feel pretty cool too. And let’s face it, feeling cool is sometimes more important than moving efficiently.