We participated alongside some of the most influential business and medical professionals and surgeons in sports medicine.
EliteX 360 has developed into a thought leader in the sports medicine field. One of the ways we maintain this distinction is by participating in important events like the Injuries in Football Conference held this past May 19’ in Frisco, Texas.
Injuries in Football Conference
This conference was a collection of some of the most prestigious medical and surgical names in sports medicine today. Conference attendees came together to share information, create valuable connections, and discuss new and exciting ways the industry is evolving to help further reduce injuries in youth sports and make them safer for young athletes.
EliteX 360 was able to showcase our G.A.M.E. system and describe our process, which is powered by 3D Kinetisense technology. In fact, we were under a spotlight as being the ONLY objective representative of preventative movement science technology.
We believe so deeply that our technology and process can truly help young athletes. We were grateful for the opportunity to showcase our expertise and passion to leading sports medicine practitioners, athletic directors, athletic trainers, and coaches at this conference.
Leading practitioners and in attendance included:
James R. Andrews, MD – The Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine
Allen Sills, M.D., FACS – Cheif Medical Officer National Football League
Michael D. Goodlet, M.D., FAAFP Team Physician University of Auburn
Ron Courson, ATC, PT, NREMT, CSCS – Director of Sports Medicine, University of Georgia
Kevin E. Wilk, DPT, PT, FAPTA – Associate Clinical Director, Champion Sports Medicine
Daniel E. Cooper, MD – Team Physician, Dallas Cowboys
It is through participation in events like these that we can stay on the cutting edge of sports medicine and better assist young athletes, coaches, and athletic trainers at schools nationwide. Call us for more information about EliteX 360 and how our G.A.M.E. system can revolutionize how your organization detects and tracks injury risks.