The shoulder and elbow of the overhead thrower are subject to conditions and injuries that do not occur in non-throwing arms. This site will discuss these injuries, including information on what they are, why and how they occur, and how to prevent them, and treat them if they do occur.
Our screening program is free of charge and can be done at your facility or team practice. We work with players of all ages, little league to major league, in a diligent effort to prevent throwing-arm injuries.
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Dr. Metzger examines a young player at Spring tryouts.
Coaches and League Officials
How tired are you of seeing your star pitchers have to miss games because of sore shoulders or elbows? We can help prevent these missed games. More...
The best players play the most and throw the hardest and have the most chance of overthowing and having to miss seasons, or quit altogether. We can help avoid this. More...
Parents of Youth Throwers
If your child shows talent and you think he or she may have a level of ability that allows him or her to pursue throwing at a higher level, THE LAST thing you want is to see your child's future in throwing ended by an injury that could have been prevented. We can help avoid those very injuies. More...