Injury Management

Injury Management

Mitigating the risk of injury and transitioning back from injury can take your game to the next level.sports injury management

In a physically active life, especially involving sports, injury is hopefully avoided but inevitably present. Mitigating the frequency and severity while managing your recovery can make a huge difference in your life and performance.

Proper education, preparation, development, recovery and transition will help maintain your health and manage injury long term.

Over 50% of injury in youth sports can be attributed to lack of education, preparation and/or development. With the ever growing population of athletes getting younger and younger and those young athletes performing at a more competitive levels, DX3 believes it is incredibly important we properly educate, prepare and develop our athletes, parents and coaches.

In the unfortunate event of an injury the following protocols should be implemented:
• See a doctor or specialist for a diagnosis
• Follow their instructions and protocols
• If instructed, see a physical therapist
• Complete all prescribed therapy until released by the doctor
• Employ a qualified developmental strength and conditioning expert to transition back to full activity

DX3 Athlete specializes in the three biggest sports injury management protocols, Education, Preparation and Progressive Development, to help athletes, coaches and parents better understand and manage injury.
We work respectfully and cohesively with your PT and/or MD to ensure we are implementing the proper protocols in your best interest.

With a team of experts specializing in Athletic Development and Performance Training who are aligned with Pediatricians, Orthopedic Surgeons, Doctors, Athletic Trainers and many other health care professionals, DX3 can provide a safe, specialized program to cater specifically to your needs.

Please contact us to discuss any questions, issues or concerns regarding injury management and transition. Ask about scheduling a free consultation.