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Prevention of Injury in the Garden. MG Seminar. Free To Public. Third Tuesday. March 19. 7pm. EWEB

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  • David Hoffman
    Prevention of Injury in the Garden Third Tuesday of the month MG Seminars begin at 7pm at the EWEB North Building, 500 E. 4th Ave. in Eugene and are open to
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      Prevention of Injury in the Garden

      Third Tuesday of the month MG Seminars begin at 7pm at the
      EWEB North Building, 500 E. 4th Ave. in Eugene and are open to
      the public at no charge.

      Instructor: Jeff Giulietti, MPT, ATC, OCS, FAAOMPT

      This month, March 19, we welcome Jeff Giulietti , trained as both
      Physical Therapist and Certified Athletic Trainer, as our speaker for
      the Master Gardener Seminar. Jeff holds additional credentials such
      as Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist, and is a Fellow of the
      American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. He
      is co-owner and founder of Eugene Physical Therapy, LLC which
      has 2 clinics here in Eugene, Oregon.

      Gardening, like any activity, requires a certain amount of physical
      abilities to accomplish the tasks that make a person with a green
      thumb become a Master Gardener. Jeff’s lecture will focus on the
      common injuries and musculoskeletal problems associated with gardening
      and how to start helping yourself today. He’ll share tips on
      prevention of injury and will address more complicated physical issues
      from the audience.

      There will be a fun lab where you will learn about the positions of
      gardening and how they affect your own body. You will laugh, and
      will be certain to learn to make yourself feel better (or how to stop
      feeling so crummy) when you find yourself “all done” at the end of a
      gardening day.

      Third Tuesday of the month MG Seminars begin at 7pm at the
      EWEB North Building, 500 E. 4th Ave. in Eugene and are open to
      the public at no charge.
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