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October 8th : ACL Injuries and Prevention

Nov. 13:    Alex Cohen Fundamentals of Sport Psychology

Audience: Coaches, Parents , athletes

Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Venue: Utah Olympic Park


Nov. 20:    Finn Gundersen Best Practices for Teaching Young athletes

 Audience: Coaches

 Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm

  Venue: Utah Olympic Park


Spring 2015

TBD          Dr. Dan Gould PC Sport and Wellness Coalition Summit on Youth Development 

                Audience: Coaches, Sport Administrators, parents

                Time:6:30 - 8:00 pm

                Venue: TBD

Next PCSWC Presentation:    

Presentations Sponsored by the Park City Sport and Wellness Caolition


Inflammation - The Root Cause for Most Dis-ease (For Professionals Only)


October 7th from 6-8pm at the Prospector Conference Center:


Park City Film Series and LiVe Well Center, Park City Medical Center

"Sugar Babies,"  

 Oct 23 from 6-7:30 p.m.

Prospector Theater

Sugar Addiction: Symptoms, Impact and Detox

November 4th from 6-8pm at the Prospector Conference Center:


Energize and Balance Your Life 

November 14th from 7:30pm-9:30pm at The Shop Yoga Studio:

Stress Reduction Techniques for your Patients

December 2nd from 6-8pm at the Prospector Conference Center 

A Winter Solstice Ceremony

December 21st from 5-8pm at The Shop Yoga Studio




The Park City Sport & Wellness Coalition for a Healthy and Unified Community is a group of non-profit entities whose mission is to provide health, sport and wellness education to the members Summit County.


The group’s collective goal is provide educational opportunities that will create a healthier and active community that is more vibrant with greater economic, social and educational opportunities for the greater Park City community.

The Role of Sport Psychology in Youth Sports

Thursday November 13th

6:30 - 8:00 pm

At the Utah Olympic Park Quinney Conference Room

Free of Charge

Did You Know

1.  Annual incidence of ACL injuries is estimated to be 100,000 to 250,000 with a healthcare cost of $1 to $2 billion. 

2.  ACL injury rate: 2.4 to 9.7 times greater in female athletes than male athletes.   

3.  Approximately 70% of ACL injuries = non-contact injuries 

4.  ACL prevention programs have been proven to decrease risk of ACL injury. 


Join Olympic gold medalist turned Orthopedic Surgeon, Eric Heiden as he shares his insight on prevention and treatment of ACL injuries. Eric’s athletic background and involvement in sport give him a unique perspective on ACL injuries.  In addition Eric will be joined by local Physical Therapists Adrianne Musick and Julienne McCulloch who have a wealth of knowledge and experience in ACL injuries.



Eric Heiden

Eric is an Orthopedic Surgeon and owner of Heiden orthopedic practice in Park City.  Eric graduate from Stanford University in 1991 with a medical degree and proceeded to do his residency in orthopedic surgery.  His athletic background speaks for itself a 5 – time Gold medalist and World Champion in speed skating.  Eric has also served as team physician for the Sacramento Kings, BMC Cycling Team and US Olympic committee.  For more information on Eric and his many accomplishments please go to


Adrianne Musick

Adrianne is a Physical Therapist at Alpine Sports Medicine in Park City. She graduated from the University of Michigan with her bachelor’s degree in Movement Science, and then pursued her passion for rehabilitation by earning her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University in Chicago. While at Northwestern, Adrianne had extensive clinical training in orthopedic physical therapy specializing in shoulder, knee, hip and ankle conditions treated both conservatively and post-operatively.  Adrianne has a focus on injury prevention and safe return to sport while assisting her patient's in reaching personal goals.  


Julienne McCulloch, Julienne is an ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist with a Masters of Health and Human Movement degree from Utah State University in Logan, UT. Upon graduating with her undergraduate degree, she served as an Exercise Therapist in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation as well as in the Behavioral Health Unit for 5 years. She has been working with the LiVe Well Center in Park City for over 2 years and focuses specifically on disease prevention and sports performance