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A Prospective Motion Analysis Study of Young Athletes By Joe Janosky

Listen to the discussion as we interview Joe Janosky, the Director of Injury Prevention Programs for the Sports Medicine Institute at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York City. Janoky is the author of Age is More Predictive of Safe Movement Than are Physical Activity or Sports Specialization: A Prospective Motion Analysis Study of Young Athletes published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine.

We will discuss the published research article including the research process and how the HSS team gathered the data as well as the key findings and how these findings can be related to the everyday clinician. The results are very interesting and warrant further discussion!

We also discuss how the dorsaVi sensors were used in the research and the rationale behind choosing dorsaVi. Learn how the sensor technology can help you in your practice.

Joe brings nearly 30 years of experience as a physical therapist and athletic trainer with professional and collegiate teams to injury prevention program development. Joe has delivered athlete health presentations at sports medicine and public health conferences nationally and internationally and has been recognized for his research on youth sports injury prevention by the Young Athlete Forum Foundation in Switzerland and the Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine Society in the U.S.

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Joe Janosky

Director, Sports Injury Prevention Programs at Hospital for Special Surgery


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