Dr. Bryon Weinberg: Virtual Tennis Mobility Workshop Webinar

A complimentary Virtual Tennis Mobility Workshop with one of the greatest Athletics Chiropractors in the world, Dr. Bryon Weinberg. Players and coaches came together for an interactive stretching session which will be part one of a four part session.

Full Webinar Available Here Mobility (Part 1)

Full Webinar Available Here Lower Extremities (Part 2)

Full Webinar Available Here Upper Extremities (Part 3)

Full Webinar Available Here Global Movement (Part 4)

See details below…

We hope you join us for our webinar series with Dr. Bryon Weinberg where he will be leading a 4 Part Virtual Tennis Workshop Webinar every Wednesday until May 6th.

Part 1: Mobility – April 15th

Part 2: Lower Extremity – April 22nd
Part 3: Upper Extremity – April 29th
Part 4: Core/ Global Movement – May 6th

Contact information:
Mike Hall
289-888-2663
mikehall@acetennis.ca

Dr. Bryon Weinberg BA, DC, CSCS, Acu., ART®
905-624-0233
bweinberg@highpointclinic.com

Dr. Bryon Weinberg is a graduate of the University of Hawaii, where he was on a tennis scholarship for the Division 1 NCAA men’s team.  Upon graduation, he competed on the Professional Futures Circuit where he achieved a world ranking in doubles. After many years as a competitive tennis player and numerous injuries, he pursued a career in chiropractic medicine. Dr. Weinberg went on to graduate from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College with Clinic Honours.Currently Dr. Weinberg is a chiropractor for The Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League (CFL) where he was part of the 2017 Grey Cup Championship team.  He was also a Lead Medical Practitioner at the 2015 Pan Am Games.  In addition, Dr. Weinberg was a co-creator of the Injury Management Program for Boxing Ontario.

Combining his skills and experience, Dr. Weinberg has been able to help athletes from all different sports achieve their goals through treatment, rehabilitation, and pre-habilitation programs. During the summer months, Dr. Weinberg has been requested as a hitting partner at the Rogers Cup professional tennis tournament, where he has been a practice partner for the likes of Roger Federer and Venus Williams. Besides keeping his tennis skills sharp, to keep fit, Dr. Weinberg also trains in various forms of martial arts.

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