Stability Enhancement Systems (SES) is a company dedicated to reducing injury risk in athletes through targeted personalized interventions. Since its establishment in 2011, SES has evaluated injury risk in hundreds of athletes and successfully implemented injury prevention programs with high school, collegiate, professional and Olympic athletes.
Our unique approach to injury prevention through individualized research-driven interventions has distinguished SES within the field of sports medicine. We possess a specific skill set that caters to high-level athletic competition.
SES strives to deliver comprehensive program support (injury prevention, strength & conditioning, or both) that clients can seamlessly implement.
Dr. Selena E. Budge is the founder and president of Stability Enhancement Systems, LLC. She received her doctorate degree in physical therapy from The Ohio State University and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Dr. Budge is a sports injury prevention specialist with extensive expertise in non-contact sports injuries. Her interest in injury prevention developed after experiencing an ACL tear as a collegiate athlete. She has evaluated thousands of athletes at the high school, collegiate, professional, and Olympic levels. SES has provided injury prevention and strength & conditioning services to multiple top 10 collegiate programs, conference and national championship teams, coaches of the year (DI & II), conference and national players of the year, and first round draft picks.
Dr. Budge has received national grant funding for her work in ACL-injury related research. Her specific research focus includes clinical and biomechanical risk factors for athletic injuries, prediction and prevention of ACL injury, and functional movement analysis methods. She has presented her work on athlete injury risk profiling and reduction nationally and continues to lecture on these techniques at the undergraduate and graduate school level.
Dr. Budge approaches each athlete with unparalleled passion and individualized care. Injury rates and season-ending injuries have significantly reduced in SES teams compared to national averages.
Jennifer Bushby joined the Stability Enhancement Systems team in June of 2014 to fulfill the Director of Operations position. She comes to SES from Ashland University where she served as an assistant women’s basketball coach for the top-ranked program. During her time at Ashland University, the Eagles won the 2013 NCAA DII National Championship and she was mentored under DII National Coach of the Year, Sue Ramsey.
Bushby collaborated closely with Dr. Budge throughout her time at AU as the primary implementer of SES injury prevention and strength & conditioning programs. Bushby holds a master’s degree in recreation & sport sciences and a bachelor’s degree in sport management with a business minor.
Bushby’s responsibilities within the SES organization include primary SES athlete/team management liason, SES client acquisition & transition team lead, and SES program implementation expert.
650+ athletes participated in SES evaluations and programs over
4 seasons -- ZERO non-contact season-ending knee injuries
100% success rate in preventing NON-CONTACT ACL injuries
NCAA tournament appearances x8 (2010-2014)
Conference Tournament champions x3 (2011-2014)
NCAA DII Women's Basketball National Championship game appearances x2 (2011-2013)
Division I Women’s basketball Coach of the Year (2010-11)
ACC Women’s basketball Coach of the Year (2010-11)
Regular season Conference Titles x8 (2010-2015)
ACC player of the year (2010-11)
NCAA DI All-American honors x 3 (2010-12)
NCAA DI All Conference nominations x 4 (2010-12)
2 Top 20 WNBA 2011-12 draft picks (#5 & 17)
1 Top 10 WNBA 2011-12 draft pick (#5)
USA Basketball coach (2012, 2013)
NCAA DI Top 10 ranking (men’s and women’s) x 2 (2010-11, 12-13)
Conference Tournament Champions (2012-13)
NCAA DII Women’s Basketball National Championship (2012-13)
NCAA DII Women’s Basketball National Championship Runner-Up (2011-12)
Division II Women’s basketball Coach of the Year (2011-12)
Division II Women’s basketball Player of the Year x 2 (2011-12, 2012-13)
NCAA DII Women’s Midwest Regional Championship x 2 (2011-12, 2012-13)
GLIAC Women’s Regular Season Championship x 2 (2011-12, 2012-13)
GLIAC Women’s Tournament Championship x 2 (2011-12, 2012-13)
GLIAC Women’s player of the year x 2 (2011-12, 2012-13)
GLIAC Commissioner Award (2012-13)
Undefeated conference season (2011-12)
Kay Yow Award (2011)
Carol Eckman Award (2012-13)
33 game winning streak (basketball)—longest in DII history (men or women)
Conference and Midwest regional basketball tournament MVP (2011-12)
NCAA DII Women’s basketball tournament rebound record
NCAA DII Athlete 1st in rebounding, 1st in double-doubles, 2nd scoring (2012-13)
NCAA DII basketball record for consecutive double-doubles (2011-2013)
NCAA DII women’s basketball leading rebounder in the nation
Honda Women’s Athlete of the Year x 2 (2011-12, 2012-13)
Columbus Dispatch women’s coach of the year (2012-13)
NCAA DII All-American honors x 3 (2011-12, 2012-13)
NCAA DII Top 10 women’s basketball ranking x 2 (2011-12, 2012-13)
NCAA DII #1 Ranked women’s basketball team x 2 (2011-12, 2012-13)
NCAA DIII All-Conference nominations x12 (2011-2014)
NCAA DIII Pre-season All-American x 1 (2013-14)
2nd most winning coach in the OAC