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10/20/2019

Injury Reduction Strategies

19-10-10 09:00 - 12:00
NDHQ (Carling) | QGDN (Carling)
Address: 60, prom Moodie Dr. Ottawa ON

Injury Reduction Strategies for Sports & Physical Activity: An educational briefing on common injuries in the CAF and the latest scientific evidence for preventing injuries in fitness training and sports.

 

https://www.cafconnection.ca/National-Capital-Region/Adults/Health/Ottawa-Health-Promotion/Core-Programs/Injury-Reduction-Strategies.aspx

This post is also available in: Français (French)

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