Kaweah Delta Health Care District will host a sports camp on Saturday, February 7, to help student athletes and their parents learn how to prevent throwing injuries.
Participants will receive coaching on warm-up techniques and throwing, strengthening, and pitching mechanics. Instructors will include Chamberlain Baseball Academy coaches and Therapy Specialists Professionals. While students receive instruction, parents will attend a lecture on common throwing injuries and preventative throwing mechanics by sports medicine physicians Dr. Ian Duncan, Dr. Don Schengel, Dr. David Surdyka, Dr. Bruce Le and Therapy Specialists, a division of Kaweah Delta Health Care District.
The Throwing Wise Camp–for athletes aged 10-15–will take place from 1-3pm at Visalia Rawhide Stadium, 300 N. Giddings Street, is limited to the first 150 student athletes to register at www.kaweahdelta.org/throwingwise. Cost is $25 per athlete. Attendees will receive a free baseball and have it signed by Rawhide mascot and Holstein Bull par excellence, Tipper.