The majority of children who participate in archery do so without the occurrence of serious injury. While zero sports related injuries are the prime goal for parents and concerned members of the community, we know that zero is not achievable, but lowering the rate of injury is definitely achieveable.
In a world filled with spirited and talented athletes and competitive sporting events, sprains, strains and overuse injuries occur and often require limited medical attention. Fortunately, there are a few strategies that can help keep young athletes as well as exercising adults free from injury. The Seminar, Youth Sports Injury Prevention, is a very comprehensive program for archery coaches that includes the full spectrum of genetic and physiological Conditions, archery injury prevention, care and rehabilitation. Though the specialty of sports medicine includes the prevention and treatment of injuries to athletes and physically active people, sports medicine doctors are ideal for the non-athlete as well. Primarily concerned with the investigation, preservation and restoration by medical, surgical and rehabilitative means to all structures of the musculoskeletal system affected by athletic activity, the seminar will give you an insight into the principles used to return an athlete to the field. From wellness to nutritional counselling to state of the art surgery and sports rehabilitation, we are here to prepare you for archer injuries and conditions and keep your archers in the game.