Dr. Selena E. Budge
Dr. Selena E. Budge is the Founder and President of Stability Enhancement Systems (SES). She received her doctorate degree in physical therapy from The Ohio State University with a research emphasis on the biomechanics of ACL and lower extremity athletic injury and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She has extensive experience developing strength and athleticism in young athletes. She is responsible for sports performance programming throughout the nation at the highschool and collegiate level. Dr. Budge is a sports injury prevention specialist with extensive expertise in evaluation and treatment of sports injuries. She is widely regarded as an authority on injury risk evaluation methodologies and injury risk reduction programming in the competitive sports performance arena.
Dr. Budge has received national grant funding for her work in ACL-injury related research. She has multiple contributions to ACL injury and rehabilitation-related research and authored the “Injury Prevention” chapter in the International Youth Conditioning Association’s Principles of Athletic Strength & Conditioning textbook. She continues to present on athlete injury risk profiling and reduction nationally, as well as, lecture at the collegiate and graduate levels.
Dr. Budge’s history as collegiate basketball athlete provides her unique insights into catering sports science services to the athletic world. Her ability to seamlessly intersect sports science theory and practical athletic performance application has led to unparalleled success and reputation within the athletic arena. Her passion for injury prevention was ignited after suffering an ACL injury in college. The client rolodex of SES programs include Notre Dame University, Florida State University, Michigan State University, Duke University as well as many other D1, D2 and D3 programs nationwide.