A little knowledge can be a good thing, especially when it comes to the health of your kids. Almost all coaches are very well intentioned and have your child's health and safety in mind, but situations will occur when the coach simply does not have enough time to devote to after-injury sideline management. For example, if your young child gets a concussion during a game and is required to sit on the bench with someone observing them, that person might have to be you.
What if an injury happens right before an important game, tournament, or college identification camp? What if there are "scouts" in attendance at a game your child will miss? These are tough decisions, for sure. But an injury handled with proper care from the start will almost always get your child back on the field in the shortest amount of time. Sitting out or getting treatment for a minor injury is far easier than rehabilitation for a major injury.
By learning the methods in Sideline Sports Doc you will gain a little more peace of mind knowing that if the need arises you'll be able to lend a hand. And when you're out on the weekend playing a pickup basketball game and you happen to turn your own ankle, maybe you'll be able to lean on your own knowledge to figure out just how badly you want to keep on playing...
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