Train Away Pain & Beachside Soccer Launch Movement Screening Program to Kick Injuries to the Sideline

Fusionetics screening tool introduced to assess athlete’s muscular imbalances.

WESTPORT, CT (September 27, 2017)—Train Away Pain, a functional training and treatment center in Westport, CT will be working with Beachside Soccer of CT this month to screen athletes for imbalances using technology from Fusionetics. Fusionetics is used by over 100 professional sports franchises and elite NCAA teams and offers evidence-based solutions focused on decreasing injury, optimizing performance, and enhancing recovery.

Dr. EJ Zebro, Co-Founder of Train Away Pain states; “Beachside has always been at the forefront of soccer development and we are honored to work with them once again to offer the latest technology in injury prevention to their athletes.”

“EJ has been an integral part of our Beachside staff for years.  His Train Away Pain method has improved our athlete’s core strength and decreased injuries.  Now we are excited to bring the next level of assessment and exercise prescription to our teams,” said Founder and Technical Director of Beachside, Mickey Kydes.

The goal of Train Away Pain’s movement screen is to use it as a baseline evaluation for all athletes. By having a better understanding of one’s imbalances, one can take the necessary steps to avoid preventable injuries. “We are increasing the sustainability of young athletes so they may continue to play at higher levels longer,” said Dr. Zebro.

About Train Away Pain

Train Away Pain provides the highest level of treatment and training to empower clients to move better and sustain a pain-free life. Using physical therapy, chiropractic care and the trademarked Train Away Pain (TAP) methodology, clients reach their full potential both on and off the field. To master a TAP workout is to master one’s own body awareness and be able to harness their power without physical limitations or restrictions.

 

About Beachside of Connecticut

Established in 1994, Beachside Soccer Club of Connecticut has become one of the most successful youth soccer clubs, serving Southern Connecticut and Westchester County’s most talented and committed male and female youth soccer players.

 

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