Fusion’s been on the road lately. We just got back from the South Beach Triathlon where our team of Doctors of Physical Therapy kinesio taped, ART'd and worked out the pre and post race kinks of the top ranked Full Throttle Endurance Team. We’ve gone to the Upper East Side to Hunter College High School to consult with their student athletes on sports performance and provide athletic training support to their Varsity games. We’ve gone from Maryland to Randall’s Island to provide medical support for the NYC Village Lions Ruby Team. We sponsored the Annual Four Leaf 15s Rugby Football Club tournament providing triage and athletic training services to over 1000 hard core women and men ruggers. We’ve gone to the Upper West Side to educate the Coaches Clinic of the Middle School Baseball League (MSBL) about conditioning, nutrition, concussions, pitch counts and the mental discipline of teen athletes. We’ve traveled to City College of New York, the host of the NYC Mayor’s Cup to observe the event for the possibility of future medical coverage. We’ve gone to Chelsea Piers to support the dancers of The Stand providing ART and trigger point/myofascial release services while they worked hard shaking their booties for hours on end to raise money for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
When I look back at Fusion's busy month working with professionals, amateurs and teens from all over Manhattan all the way down to Miami, I am thrilled with the opportunities we have had to work with such amazing athletes. Fusion's team of Doctors of Physical Therapy, Athletic Trainers, Sports Performance Specialists, Physical Therapy Techs and our support staff, have all shown unyielding dedication to the athlete. I am not only proud of the Fusion team, but highly appreciative to all of the athletes continuing to strive for athletic excellence. Feed your athletic engine with new and exciting challenges!
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