Posts for tag: Calcaneal apophysitis
Calcaneal Apophysitis is the most common cause of heel pain in young athletes. Recently Aaron Thornton a elite high school soccer player was interviewed by Jermel President (Former College of Charleston basketball star) about this foot condition and how he was treated by Carolina Foot Specialists with Custom Sports Orthotics. Below our two links one is some general information about growth plate heel injuries in young athletes and a youtube video interview with Aaron and his experience with Carolina Foot Specialists.
Jermel President former College of Charleston basketball star has created a Foundation called the DAE Foundation. Jermel came by our office this week to tape a show that will air this Sunday on DAE TV. The focus was on discussing the most common heel injury in young athletes, "calcaneal apophysitis." In addition Jermel interviewed one of the Lowcountry's top soccer players that suffered with this injury. The segment also included interviews with some of Dr. Saffer's patients and Dr. Saffer as well. Below is the link.
DAE TV will air Sundays at 7:20 pm from the Hampton Inn and Suites in West Ashley. The show will consist of a wide range of topics from sports, business, community events and politics.
Go to http://www.ustream.tv/channel/dae-tv-fundamentally-mindful to subscribe. DAE TV is a weekly show that airs Sundayat 7:20pm, "stae tuned and tune in"....DAE TV.
Jermel has created the "Oatmeal Recipe." The DAE Foundation will begin the Oatmeal Recipe program in January 2015. The program, created by College of Charleston alum Jermel President, will train and guide young student-athletes throughout their elementary, middle and high school careers. Fifty kids will be chosen from different Tri-County schools, based on their academic performance to participate.
Carolina Foot Specialists is supporting this program. The program focuses on three main elements which are education, skill developement, and nutrition.
Coming soon.DAE TV UPDATE: stae tuned as we talk about a major injury in young athletes....Calcaneal Apophysitis....http://
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