PREVENT INJURIES

Injuries Are Predictable and Preventable

The Key Takeaway

1.3 million young people are injured playing sports every year! Many of these injuries are predictable and preventable!

What Are "Predictable and Preventable Injuries"?

  • HAMSTRING PULLS

  • ACL TEARS

  • HIP IMMOBILITY

  • SHIN SPLINTS

  • PLANTAR FASCIITIS

  • ANKLE ROLLS

  • SHOULDER AND ELBOW TRIGGERS

  • AND MORE

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YOU'RE HERE BECAUSE YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ANSWERS

— answers to questions that keep you up at night. Questions like:

— "Will my child be injured while playing sports?"
— "Is my child at risk of becoming sidelined and hurting his or her chance of playing for a college sports team?"
— Or even, "Is my child performing at a strong enough level to get a chance to play for a college team?"


Well, you're in the right place to find those answers. There is a simple and reliable way to determine whether your student athlete is likely to suffer a dream-ending injury. With the knowledge IMPACKD provides, your student athlete is much more likely to prevent these injuries from ever happening.
Take the first step — a five-minute test. Learn your athlete's weaknesses and discover what you can do to avoid the pain and lost opportunities.

THREE TESTS, FIVE MINUTES. EYE-OPENING RESULTS

Ever tested to see if your student athlete is at risk of a preventable injury? Well, here's your chance! Just three tests can reveal to you the most obvious risks of injury.

IMPACKD gives you these tests for free! Why? Because the creators of IMPACKD DON'T WANT ANY student athlete to suffer a self-imposed, preventable injury that could end his or her sports career.

You never know when a young athlete will face a collision or an accident playing sports, but you can reduce the chances by knowing where the danger lies!

Parents, you have one chance to get it right when it comes to your child's health. 

If you think your child has a chance of playing on a college sports team or dreams of going even beyond that — to a professional sports career — then you cannot leave your child's health to chance.