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Sports & Exercise chiropractic is a recognised subset of chiropractic that focuses on the comprehensive and holistic healthcare of the physically active individual or athlete, to prevent injury, restore optimal function and contribute to the enhancement of sports performance. They achieve this using sports-specific knowledge, skills and attitudes to achieve the best clinical practice while ensuring a high standard of professional, safe and ethical practice.

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Keep Youth in the Game

NCYS is a great website that is set up to help keep young people in the game for life.  AOSSM and NCYS have teamed up to present STOP (Sports Trauma and Overuse Prevention) Sports Injuries. They have helpful evidence-based tip sheets to learn about how to keep youth athletes safe while playing sports.

Click through to their website here.