Recovery and Rehabilitation: How the Use of High Frequency Peripheral Nerve Stimulation is Helping Athletes Return to the Game Quickly & Safely
Our guest, Nathan Wilder, Senior Associate Athletic Director, Sports Medicine, and Performance from Towson University discusses how new tools and technology is enabling athletes to recover and rehabilitate quickly and safely. In this webinar you will learn how BioWave’s unique and patented pain blocking technology is being used to treat athletes in the training room, on the go while on a bus, airplane, in a hotel room or on the sidelines. And how peripheral nerve stimulation facilitates active or passive range of motion while managing pain simultaneously. Specific case study examples, including protocols, are shared, along with a Q&A session.
Sports Medicine and Performance, Towson University
Senior Associate Athletics Director
Nathan Wilder functions as the head football athletic trainer by coordinating the medical care and providing athletic training services to the University’s football student – athletes.
He joined the Tigers from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, where he had served as the head football athletic trainer starting in 2009. While at Samford, Wilder was responsible for the prevention, management, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for all of Samford ‘s football student – athletes.
Wilder holds credentials as a certified athletic trainer and as a strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and National Strength and Conditioning Association. Wilder, a native of Pittsburgh, graduated summa cum laude from Waynesburg University in 1996. After graduating from Waynesburg, Wilder attended graduate school and worked at Ohio University.