Each year in the U.S. 1 in 100 female high school athletes will suffer a serious knee injury. Call today to get your athlete screened on how their jumping technique may be impacting their injury risk!
What is Sportsmetrics?
Sportmetrics is a training program tailored to correct deficiencies that can lead to injury, in particular ACL and other knee injuries. Created under the direction of internationally-renowned orthopaedic sports medicine surgeon, Frank R. Noyes, M.D., Sportsmetrics is the first and only training program scientifically proven to decrease knee injuries in female athletes and to increase muscular power and jump height.
Sportsmetrics reduces injury risk by 88% after training!
What does the screening involve?
Our certified professionals will use the Cincinnati Sportmedicine's Exclusive Video Analysis Software to provide objective measurements of knee mechanics during landing and jumping. Testing takes 15-20 minutes and only requires an appointment and a signed consent from the athlete or his/her parent if under 18.
Who can benefit from a screening?
- High school athletes
- Female athletes
- Volleyball players
- Basketball players
- Soccer players
- Other athletes who jump frequently
To schedule your free 15 minute jump screening with an Athletic Trainer or Physical Therapist certified in Sportsmetrics, call 419-660-2700.
Appointments are required. Screenings will take place at Fisher-Titus Medical Center in the Walcher Rehabilitation Center gym. For more information on the program, visit fishertitus.org/sportsmetrics.