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Louisville Sports Medicine Doctor and Orthopedic Surgeon Participates in 2014 CXC Coaches Conference
Dr. Stacie Grossfeld, a board certified orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine doctor, is speaking at the 2014 CXC Coaches Conference in Cable, Wisconsin. Passionate about cross country skiing, Dr. Grossfeld enjoys giving back to a sport she loves.
Dr. Grossfeld’s two and a half hour talk, scheduled for Saturday, October 18, 2014, focuses on exercise physiology, and will include topics like anaerobic threshold, intensity training, and the anatomy of the heart and lungs. As a sports medicine physician and orthopedic surgeon practicing in Louisville, Kentucky, Dr. Grossfeld (see: http://www.louisvillebones.com/
Participants in the 2014 CXC Coaches Conference (for more info, see: http://www.cxcskiing.org/
• 1 year USSA Membership (which may be upgrading to USSA Coach Membership for participants in the USSA National Events or USST Trips)
• Technique Video Files
• Subscription to CSC Academy
• 1 year CXC Coaches Membership
• USSA Level 100 or 200 Education Manual for Cross Country Skiing Coaches
Recognized by the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) as the regional organization that governs cross country skiing in the Central United States, the CXC is a 502(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the sport of cross country skiing. The CXC also serves as the major Olympic development program for the Midwestern Nordic team.
With leadership by Yuriy Gusev, CXC Executive and Athletic Director, this 2,000 member service organization works hard to promote cross-country skiing to people of all backgrounds and to advance participation in the sport. CXC Skiing (Central Region) includes: South and North Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and Eastern Pennsylvania.
Dr. Stacie Grossfeld is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine doctor practicing in Louisville, Kentucky. She grew up in Wisconsin and has a passion for cross country skiing. It was her favorite sport to participate in before she moved to Louisville, Kentucky, in 1997.
Dr. Grossfeld has enjoyed competing in cross country ski races and has completed the Birkebeiner and the Kortelopet. The American Birkebeiner or the “Birkie” is the largest citizens ski race in the United States and the fourth largest in the world, and it starts in Cable, Wisconsin. Dr. Grossfeld is excited to give back to a sport and that she loves by participating in this exciting and informative conference. For more information on Dr. Stacie Grossfeld and her Louisville orthopedic and sports medicine practice, call 502-212-2663 or visit www.louisvillebones.com.