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The Problems

Sports injuries are injuries that occur when engaging in sports or exercise.
Sports injuries can occur due to overtraining, lack of conditioning,
and improper form or technique.

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Football &
Basketball

Common sports have the highest injury rate. Football has 12x the number of injuries than basketball.

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Soft Tissues Injuries

According to NEISS (National Electronic Injury Surveillance System), increased trends of epiphyseal injuries in youth lifters occurred and were related to improper form and lifting program design. It was also suggested soft tissue injuries, specifically trunk injuries were commonly reported in weightlifting injuries in children and adolescents as well.

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Child in Emergency

Every 3 minutes a child is seen in the emergency department for a sports related concussion

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The Highest Concussion Rates

Football, Soccer & Ice Hockey have the highest concussion rates

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90%

Athletes said that they have been injured while playing sports

62%

All organized sport-related injuries occur during practice

3 Million Athletes

Over 3 million emergency department visits for sports related injuries in children 19 & under each year

Elite College Athletes

21% of the injuries observed in elite college athletes caused the athlete to miss at least one day of sport

Knee & Ankle

21% of the injuries observed in elite college athletes caused the athlete to miss at least one day of sport

 

These problems were caused by
The Danger Gap™

INTRODUCING

The Danger Gap™

It is the avoidable risks caused by the massive inefficiency in communication, organization, coordination and execution in providing standarts of care for the student athlete by and between the Coach, Athletic Trainer, Athletic Director, School Administrators, School Nurse, affiliated Healthcare Providers and Parents.

The Solution

The problem can be solved by the Athletic Ecosystem

Improve athletic performance, preventing sports related injuries, preventing sports related fatalities, reducing recurring sports related injuries

Saving on healthcare cost and potential liability for institutions

Increase sports recruitment opportunities.

Providing a safe telecommunication platform within the athletic ecosystem

Providing a platform to put policies and strategies into practice

Saving on healthcare cost for parents

Continuing education in valuable content from nutrition, hydration, performance, recovery, mental health, etc.

Accelerating the detraining and retraining period by ensuring proper and adequate progress

Decreasing Athletic and professional staff burnout

Effectively providing methods to address and communicate new regulations, policies, procedures, and precautions for returning and operating safely, including risk mitigation strategies in response to COVID-19

Athlete

Improve athletic performance, preventing sports related injuries, preventing sports related fatalities, reducing recurring sports related injuries

Healthcare Provider

Saving on healthcare cost and potential liability for institutions

Athletic Director

Increase sports recruitment opportunities. Providing a safe telecommunication platform within the athletic ecosystem Providing a platform to put policies and strategies into practice

Parents

Saving on healthcare cost for parents

Coach

Continuing education in valuable content from nutrition, hydration, performance, recovery, mental health, etc. Accelerating the detraining and retraining period by ensuring proper and adequate progress

Athletic Trainer

Decreasing Athletic and professional staff burnout

School Nurse

Effectively providing methods to address and communicate new regulations, policies, procedures, and precautions for returning and operating safely, including risk mitigation strategies in response to COVID-19

Saving on healthcare cost and potential liability for institutions

Effectively providing methods to address and communicate new regulations, policies, procedures, and precautions for returning and operating safely, including risk mitigation strategies in response to COVID-19

  • Increase sports recruitment opportunities.
  • Providing a safe telecommunication platform within the athletic ecosystem.
  • Providing a platform to put policies and strategies into practice.

Improve athletic performance, preventing sports related injuries, preventing sports related fatalities, reducing recurring sports related injuries

Decreasing Athletic and professional staff burnout

Saving on healthcare cost for parents

Continuing education in valuable content from nutrition, hydration, performance, recovery, mental health, etc.

Accelerating the detraining and retraining period by ensuring proper and adequate progress

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Sport industry is an industry in which people, activities, business, and organizations are involved in producing, facilitating, promoting, or organizing any activity, experience, or business enterprise focused on sports.