Category HDPT

Tennis is among the socially distanced sports that have been deemed low-risk for COVID-19 transmission. As such, popularity is growing, with an increase of 44% new participants during the pandemic. There is no denying the numerous benefits to your overall physical and mental health from playing tennis! 

Unfortunately, injuries to the shoulder, elbow, ankle, and thigh are common, and adult players are at increased risk for low back pain and knee injuries.


H&D was pleased to host a discussion with Alexis Chiang Colvin, MD, Chief Medical Officer of the U.S. Tennis Association, and H&D’s own Aaron Huppert, PT, Cert MDT, about steps you can take to reduce your injury risk and what to do if an injury does occur.


The interactive hour-long discussion covered:

Tennis injury risk factors

Tennis-specific strength and conditioning program for injury prevention

Common tennis injuries and how we treat them


Thursday, March 25th

5pm – 6pm


Alexis Chiang Colvin, MD


Aaron Huppert, PT, Cert MD


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