INJURY PREVENTION

Injuries Are Predictable and Preventable

Ever Tested If Your Student Athlete Is at Risk of a Preventable Injury?

Here's your chance! Take three tests to reveal the most obvious risks of injury.

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

 
You can 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!

If you want a healthy athlete, or if you think your child has a chance to play on a college sports team or beyond — perhaps to a professional sports career — then you cannot leave your child's health to chance. Follow the directions in this three-test video series to find out what's at stake.

Ask Yourself

How empowering would it be for you as the parent of a young athlete to know that you have the ability to predict and prevent many of the sports-related injuries that can sideline your young athlete?

What Are "Predictable and Preventable Injuries"?

All these injuries have warning signals. You can test for risks of the following: 

  • HAMSTRING PULLS

  • ACL TEARS

  • HIP IMMOBILITY

  • SHIN SPLINTS

  • PLANTAR FASCIITIS

  • ANKLE ROLLS

  • SHOULDER AND ELBOW TRIGGERS

  • AND MORE

Maximize Your IMPACKD

WHAT QUESTIONS KEEP YOU UP AT NIGHT? 

— "Will my child be injured while playing sports?"

— "Is my injured child at risk of hurting his or her chance of playing for a college sports team?"

— "How can I prevent my child from getting injured?"

— "How can I help my child get better quickly?"

 

We're glad you asked. There is a simple and reliable test series to determine whether your student athlete is likely to suffer a dream-ending injury.

 

Take the first step — a five-minute test. Or try the 40-minute full-length assessment of the entire body. Both will reveal to you your athlete's weaknesses and what you can do to avoid the pain and lost opportunities.

Get Your Injury Prevention Exercises Here

You don't need to wait for test results. Start using these rehab exercises to feel better from nagging injuries and reduce the risk of future injuries.