Apex Athletic Performance is now the official training partner of South Carolina United FC Training Corps
Apex Athletic Performance, part of the Palmetto Health-USC Orthopedic Center, is now the official training partner of South Carolina United FC Training Corps. Apex Athletic Performance and its team of highly skilled athletic trainers are excited to serve the South Carolina United FC Training Corps as the official athletic performance and sports medicine partner for the 2019-2020 youth soccer season.
The Apex team will provide athletic training for the South Carolina United FC Training Corps youth soccer skills development program throughout its summer and winter camps and tournaments. Apex has 32 athletic trainers who work in settings ranging from schools to factories to doctors’ offices to ballet studios. The trainers specialize in injury triage and acute care management.
“Apex is honored to partner with South Carolina United FC to promote health and well-being in youth sports, along with injury prevention and management,” said John Hutt, director of rehabilitation services for Palmetto Health-USC Orthopedic Center.
“South Carolina United FC is excited to partner with Apex,” said Rob Strickland, executive director of South Carolina United FC. “Their expertise in athletic performance, injury prevention and recovery provides a fantastic complement to our programming. We look for forward to working together as we both continue to provide world-class opportunities to our local athletes.”
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