For many years, I have focused much of my professional life on reducing athletes’ risk of injury. I have trained athletes both in-person and virtually. But I have also provided lectures and have started writing a book with Erik Meira entitled Injury Prevention Anatomy.

In reviewing many of the Injury Prevention programs the hospitals andInjury Prevention Project clinics and personal trainers offer, I thought there might be a better way. So, last year I founded Injury Prevention Project, a 501 (c)(3) organization whose goal is to help as many people as possible reduce injury risk. Below is a description that is provided on the Injury Prevention Project’s Donation page.

So check out our page and some of our programs. I think this is an excellent, cost-effective, research-based program that will reduce the risk of injuries athletes face.

Injury Prevention Project is a 501(c) (3) charitable organization whose sole purpose is to provide injury prevention services to athletes to allow them to participate in the activities they love. We do this by providing evidence-based exercise programming, education, and research grants. Through these programs, athletes improve their health and performance while maximizing their resilience and resistance to injury. We do this to stem the growing tide of premature retirement from sports, to lessen the risk of long-term joint damage, to reduce childhood obesity, and to improve the public’s overall health and well-being.