29 Mar Texas Tri Series Partners with Little River Healthcare
High Five Events is excited to announce that Little River Healthcare will be the Official Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Provider of the 2017 Texas Tri Series. The partnership will provide athletes to direct, professional care post-race, including massages, injury evaluations, and Active Release Technique (ART) treatments. Participants can also speak with the trained professional staff should they have any injury concerns.
“Having Little River Healthcare at all of our finish line festivals is a tremendous benefit to all of our participants,” said Jack Murray, co-owner of High Five Events. “Receiving quality care can assist athletes in their post-race recovery or their injury rehabilitation.”
Little River Healthcare has a group of extensively trained rehabilitation specialists and chiropractors that have worked with some of Texas’ top athletes and healed some of the worst injuries. They cover it all, whether you need injury treatment, help recovering after surgery, physical therapy, or sport-specific training. With locations in Austin, Georgetown, Temple, and Rockdale, Little River Healthcare is accessible to the vast majority of Central Texas triathletes and provides free consultations and injury assessments.
“The Texas Tri Series is the best part of my year,” said Dorea Wilder Neigert, DC, CCSP, ART. “From the rookies to the veterans, I love keeping all the athletes in motion and injury free. Plus, we get a fun day of racing in the best Texas locations.”
The Texas Tri Series is a series of five triathlon events that take place in and around the Austin area during the months of May through September. The races range from super sprint to half distance. There are many ways to participate and it is a great event to do along with family, friends, and even your kids. There are five ways to complete the Texas Tri Series: finish with time tracking, sprint course finisher, aquabike finisher, participation finisher, and all-star volunteer. Participants and volunteers can learn more and register on the website.