Chicago White Sox Medical Team Addresses Consequences of Overuse for Young Athletes
If you were not able to join us for the live webinar we invite you to watch the recorded session.
How much practice is too much for young athletes? Some of the nation's leading sports medicine specialists and athletic trainers are seeing an increase in shoulder and elbow injuries in athletes who continue using repetitive overhead movements.
Listen to the experts who work with the Chicago White Sox, Brian Ball, assistant athletic trainer for the Chicago White Sox, Dr. Charles Bush-Joseph and Dr. Gregory Nicholson, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush sports medicine physicians and team doctors for the Chicago White Sox to find out if your young athlete is at risk for injuries and what can be done to prevent them.
If you're an athlete, parent, athletic trainer or coach listen to what the experts have to say.
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Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) is a non-profit organization started at Stanford University, with the mission to transform youth sports so that all athletes have a positive, character-building experience. Hundreds of leagues and schools serving 5-to-18-year-olds throughout the U.S. partner with PCA to train their coaches and educate their parents.