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More Young Athletes Are Getting Injured — Why, and How, to Stop It (Hint: Cutting Playing Time Won’t Do It)

LeagueApps—March 30, 2018

LeagueApps interviewed HSS sports clinician Joseph Janosky MS, PT, ATC, about the importance of education and training in preventing youth sports injuries.

"There’s not a single curriculum in the United States that fully prepares educators to conduct motor skills training," said Janosky.

"Fundamental movements and the focus on injury prevention and risk management need to begin in elementary school," he added.

According to the article, Janosky and his team at HSS are developing resources such as a digital sports safety education series targeted to coaches, parents, athletes and sports organizers.

Read the full article at blog.leagueapps.com.

 

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