MMA Head Injuries Can Be Prevented!
Dr. Steve Young is releasing injury prevention techniques for professional MMA fighters and amateurs.
New Jersey (PRWEB) July 04, 2012
Head injuries in the MMA are becoming a larger problem with each passing day. Dr. Steve Young, DPT, CSCS, who is the director of Body Solutions, Inc. in New Jersey, has treated and trained top MMA athletes like Eddie Alvarez, Wilson Reis, Nathan Quarry, The Migliarese Brothers, and more. As a result of his hands on work with MMA fighters, Dr. Young is announcing the release of information directly related to avoiding brain injuries, especially concussions.
The Los Angeles Times and the Houston Chronicle recently featured the many health problems associated with MMA training, especially amongst the public. Dr. Young, who evaluates a large demographic of MMA fighters and armatures training in the mixed martial arts field, has noticed a trend in concussion injuries.
“I decided to put this exclusive information out because a lot of concussions, and brain injuries, can be avoided. Safety is key. But, there are specific tips and steps to consider in order to avoid unnecessary injuries,” says Dr. Young. “Fans want to see knock-outs when they go to an MMA fight. A concussion can impact someone for life. My goal is to help everyone learn how to avoid these detrimental injuries through proper training and education.”
Dr. Steve Young´s MMA information is available, for a limited time, at http://mmainjuryprevention.com. The injury prevention and accelerated recovery techniques are designed to help get rid of pain by using proven treatment plans. Members of the media are invited to discuss concussion related injuries with Dr. Young upon submission of a story request.
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