iCHOR’s Athletic Training Facility opens its doors to injured riders.

Temecula, CA
January 4, 2013
iCHOR Sports Medicine, in Temecula is extending the efforts of the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center and offering credentialed riders who log a hard fall or are referred by the AMMC staff, limited use of their training room.   2013 Monster Energy AMA Supercross series athletes will be allowed up to six visits at no charge, by appointment only.

Each week, Eddie Casillas, head Athletic Trainer for the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center receives calls asking for advice on injury management and how to face the issues unique to a professional racing schedule.  This exclusive iCHOR offer will follow the rider from event injury, answer questions, and offer them the best opportunity to maintain their level of fitness and health while undergoing therapy for their injury.

“I am glad we have been able to make this program available for Supercross 2013.  It will fill the void that exists within our community.  Action sports do not have a single specially designed training facility; iCHOR Sports Medicine will offer this choice to the serious athlete.”  Eddie is working to extend the program to Outdoor Motocross so keep watching for updates at iCHOR and Asterisk’s Medic Rig websites.

Rider’s may contact Eddie Casillas, iCHOR Sports Medicine http://ichorsportsmedicine.com directly to learn more about the program.