There is no question that youth athletics can be essential to growing bodies. A physical lifestyle can be beneficial at any age because of the health benefits and the joy of playing a sport and being on a team. Parents want their children involved in youth sports, but they are concerned, and reasonably so, about the risk of injury. The fact is that injuries are commonplace. The good news is that the vast majority of potential injuries are preventable.
In the past, athletics and competitive sports relied on subjectivity and a coach’s opinion on how best to perform techniques. The same goes for medical practitioners assessing an athlete’s readiness to return to normal activity. The athlete will perform some movements and the trainer makes a decision that is heavily based on opinion and experience with similar injuries.
Kinetisense provides objective biomechanical analysis providing the insight necessary to drive targeted training and help practitioners make more accurate decisions regarding an athlete’s ability to perform on the field without loss of performance or risk of reinjury.
This is why the Kinetisense system can be so valuable to therapists and coaches. In the span of only a few minutes, the Kinetisense system will give a comprehensive functional athletic movement analysis.