Hyperice and the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society (PFATS) launch athletic trainer education courses to ensure the highest quality of health care is provided to the National Football League.
PFATS works closely with the NFL Physician Society, National Football League, and the National Athletic Trainers Association to improve the health and safety of athletes through continuous research, innovation, and education. PFATS and Hyperice will develop courses to educate current and future athletic trainers, including interns, on innovations in recovery technology for player performance and recovery, a media release from Hyperice explains.
Athletic trainers throughout the NFL have long used Hyperice products for injury prevention and performance with PFATS having an established relationship with Normatec recovery products for years.
“We couldn’t be more excited to announce Hyperice’s elevated partnership with PFATS and for the future of this relationship. PFATS members have had a direct influence on the evolution of Hyperice’s products over the years. The relationships with these athletic trainers is the foundation of our recently announced partnership with the NFL and the vehicle with which we will be able to effectively redefine player care and performance in the sport of football.”
— Dan Canina, Hyperice Director of Global Performance
“PFATS is thrilled to deepen its ties with Hyperice through this relationship. Our shared vision for this platform, through combined research and innovation efforts, is to push the boundaries of elite athlete care and provide cutting-edge performance and recovery education to all athletic trainers.”
— Reggie Scott, PFATS President, and LA Rams VP of Sports Medicine and Performance
PFATS athletic trainers will also continue to test, research, and provide feedback on all current and future Hyperice products, per the release.
[Source(s): Hyperice, PR Newswire]