The goal for players and teams trained by Elite Baseball is to create a high energy atmosphere that is designed to maximize a players understanding of the game of baseball. By creating a positive learning environment, we challenge our players to learn an advanced approach to the game of baseball.
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UCLA superstar and CWS MVP, Eric Snyder-Filia
The Irvine Baseball Club is excited to announce a night of sports health care and injury prevention for our families.
As we start the spring season, we wanted to offer an opportunity for the families to hear three doctors present exclusively to our organization. I have included their bios below. They will talk about youth concussions, arm care, injury prevention and general health for our young ball players.
I would encourage you to bring your son and at least one of the parents. These doctors really help us keep in perspective EXACTLY what you, as parents, and our coaches need to think about as they help your sons prepare for high school and beyond.
This is another great value that our organization is able deliver our families. I don't think you will want to miss it.
It is important for the kids to hear not only how important it is to stay in shape and take care of their bodies but what they can do to to best prevent injury.
Dr. Chris Koutures
Dr. Koutures attended Irvine High School before earning a B.S. in Kinesiology at UCLA .He then spent seven years in Madison, WI, first completing medical school then spent three additional years completing his pediatric residency before returning to California for a one-year sports medicine fellowship with UC San Diego. In 2008, he fulfilled a lifetime dream by serving as the Medical Team Physician for USA Volleyball and Table Tennis in the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics. He is currently the proud team physician for:
He currently mentors pediatric residents, medical and athletic training students in my office while continuing to speak at local, regional and national conferences on sports medicine topics. He recently completed a six-year elected term as a member of the Executive Committee for the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness. He has also had the opportunity to write over 20 professional articles, and is the co-author of the Pediatric Sports Medicine: Essentials for Office Evaluation textbook published by SLACK Incorporated in October, 2013.
He is still a dedicated athlete with particular interest in mountain biking when not doing yoga with his wife or coaching (and chasing after) his three children.
Dr. Ken Yoshino
Dr. Yoshino graduated with a Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University. He also possesses a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy from California State University, Long Beach, and a National Certification in Athletic Training. Dr. Yoshino has over 30 years of experience as a Staff Supervisor and Chief Administrator of a physical therapy practice. He has completed extensive work in orthopedic, pre-surgery, post-surgery, conditioning, and preventative care. His concentration is in working with athletes at all competitive levels.
Rick has very extensive knowledge of the human body. He is a retired firemen paramedic. His Master’s degree is in Kinesiology (study of human movement) with emphasis in exercise physiology, sports medicine, bio mechanics, and motor development. The last 25 years he has trained over 300 professional and Olympic athletes and worked for 3 Professional sports teams. He has developed programs for athletes in the MLB, NBA, NFL, LPGA, NHL, CISL, MLS, and Olympic Gold medal swimmers. A Heisman award winner, 2 golden spikes award winners, ESPY award winner, number 2 summer Olympic performance in History, a Guinness record holder for highest single leg box jump and MLB record holder.
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