posted on April 10, 2012 08:46
The South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity (SD CEO), at Black Hills State University, in collaboration with Regional Health, will present “Staying Healthy – Injury Prevention” as the topic of the Healthy Bodies/Healthy Business seminar Tuesday, May 1 and again on Thursday, May 3.
Dr. Bart Eastwood, orthopedic surgeon at Regional Orthopedics in Spearfish, will present the Spearfish session on Tuesday, May 1, from noon to 1 p.m. in the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center Hall of Fame Room on the BHSU campus. Eastwood provides arthroscopic rotator cuff repair, arthroscopic labral repair for shoulder instability, ACL reconstruction, and knee and hip replacement.
Kelly Bruhn, a Regional Rehabilitation Institute physical therapist in Rapid City, will present the session in Rapid City on Thursday, May 3, from noon to 1 p.m., in the conference room of the Comfort Inn and Suites at 915 Fairmont Boulevard. Bruhn will discuss rehabilitation services for people of all ages who are recovering from an illness, injury, or life-long health condition.
The cost for the Healthy Bodies/Healthy Business sessions is $10 per session, with a discount rate available for participation in the five remaining sessions. Participants are welcome to bring their own lunch. For more information, including speaker information, package prices, and/or registration information, visit www.BHSU.edu/SDCEO, or call Brittni Skipper, SD CEO program assistant at (605) 642-6435. As a culmination event for the Healthy Bodies/Healthy Business seminars, 5K/10K Fun Run and Walk will be held June 16 in Spearfish. For more information, visit the SD CEO website at www.BHSU.edu/SDCEO.
The SD CEO is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Association (SBA), and is part of a network of more than 110 centers nationwide established through the SBA’s women’s business funding. While services are available to all those interested in entrepreneurship, there is a special emphasis on women, women veterans, Native Americans, the socially and/or economically disadvantaged, and youth entrepreneurs.