Using SCIENCE in your workout!
“Lab Tests for Optimal Health & Performance: From the Cholesterol Conundrum to High Performance Monitoring”
with Dr. Kevin Sprouse of Podium Sports Medicine
Have you just started working out and would really like to see the changes you can make in not just body composition, but in blood panels as well?
Maybe you’ve been working out for a while and want to take a deeper look into what’s going on in your body?
Perhaps you want to really dial in your supplementation with D3, iron, or any other vitamin, but you’re not sure how much you should really be taking. With blood panels and a consultation with Dr. Sprouse, your questions could be answered!
CFK is partnering with Dr. Sprouse for a lecture in which he will discuss the changing face of healthcare, how it is more up to the individual, and how you can achieve your optimum performance. He will present you with a variety of blood panels to get so that you can discover your way to optimal performance and health.
If you decide from the lecture that you would like a blood panel and consultation, Dr. Sprouse and his assistant will schedule you for one.
What: 40 minute lecture covering blood panels and supplementation
Where: Both Locations!
When: August 19th. NORTH 10:30 a.m. WEST 12:30 p.m.
For more about Dr. Sprouse, give this a read:
Dr. Kevin Sprouse is a Knoxville native, now working with elite athletes and active individuals around the world. Trained and certified in both Emergency Medicine and Sports Medicine, he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science at Wake Forest University before attending medical school at the Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine at Virginia Tech. He then completed his Emergency Medicine residency in New York City, where he was elected Chief Resident. Following residency, he attained a fellowship in Sports Medicine at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic in Greenville, SC.
The focus of his academic interests and practice has been the care of the endurance athlete, as well how exercise, diet, and movement effect the health and well-being of all active individuals. His patients have included professional and Olympic cyclists, runners and triathletes, and he now brings his experience and expertise in this field to Podium Sports Medicine.
In addition to his private practice, Kevin is the Medical Director for the Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling Team. His role requires seasonal travel to races that include Paris-Roubaix, the Tour of Flanders, and the Tour de France. He works closely with the riders throughout the year to treat illness or injury and encourage optimal health and performance.
Kevin has also been on the medical staff for the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.
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