Sport and Spine Rehab’s Dr. Jay Greenstein Attends the Fifth Annual Youth Sports Safety Summit in Washington, DC Representing the American Chiropractic Association
The Youth Sports Safety Alliance, founded by the National Athletic Trainers' Association held its fifth annual summit in Washington DC this week with Dr. Jay Greenstein representing the American Chiropractic Association. Dr. Greenstein's Sport and Spine Rehab organization will also present safety awareness workshops at its locations beginning this month.
Rockville, MD (PRWEB) March 15, 2014
The Youth Sports Safety Alliance is comprised of a group of organizations committed to raising awareness and focusing the public’s attention on all youth sports injuries including catastrophic injuries and death in young athletes. The YSSA was founded by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and since 2010 has worked to raise safety awareness for youth athletes in sports through annual safety summits. According to the YSSA more than 7.7 million high school athletes participated in school sports during the 2012-2013 school year and overall an estimated 46.5 million kids played team sports in the United States. This resulted in an estimated 1.35 million children visiting emergency departments in 2012.
Sport and Spine Rehab chiropractor and CEO Dr. Jay Greenstein represented the American Chiropractic Association's Council on Sports Injuries and Physical Fitness at the fifth annual Youth Sports Safety Summit in Washington DC on Monday.
In addition to being National Athletic Training Month, March is also Brain Injury Awareness Month. Dr. Greenstein’s team will be hosting four free sessions at four of their Sport and Spine Rehab, Washington DC metro locations at the end of March and early April. These presentations will be geared towards parents of young athletes, coaches, trainers, and others involved in youth sports. Two of those sessions will focus on concussions and two on injury prevention in general. Greenstein was one of the principals involved in developing the content. "We have created community workshops that we are delivering to coaches, trainers, athletes and parents that will improve the safety and well-being of our nation’s youth,” said Greenstein.
In addition to convening the summit on Monday, the National Athletic Trainers’ Association announced that a new position statement on concussions in youth sports will be published in the March Journal of Athletic Training, NATA’s scientific publication.
The schedule for the Sport and Spine Rehab sponsored educational sessions is as follows:
Concussions – presented by Jenna Etnoyer, ATC, M.Ed. at the Sport and Spine Rehab of Rockville location at 7:30 pm, March 25th.
Concussions – presented by Jenna Etnoyer, ATC, M.Ed. at the Sport and Spine Rehab of Fairfax location at 7:30 pm, April 2nd.
Injury Prevention – presented by Dr. Christopher Steacy, DC, CKTP, CSCS at the Sport and Spine Rehab of Columbia location at 7:30 pm, March 27th.
Injury Prevention – presented by Dr. Jay Greenstein, DC, CCSP, CGFI at the Sport and Spine Rehab of Fairfax location at 7:30 pm, April 3rd.
For more information or to make reservations please contact Marketing(at)ssrehab(dot)com.
Sport and Spine Rehab provides chiropractic, physical therapy, and rehab services at seven locations in the Maryland and Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. Services include Graston Technique, Kinesio Taping Method, and Funhab® which is Sport and Spine Rehab's own trademarked research-based functional rehab protocols.
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