Airrosti partners with many youth leagues to help keep young athletes healthy and on the move. We recently received this story from the father of one of Dr. Trimmier’s patients. Thanks to Airrosti, Teah’s knee pain was quickly relieved and she was able to continue with practice the very same night. Read the full story below.
Over the past few months I have seen the elaborate and colorful tape jobs on several Lonestar Soccer players. I have also heard many glowing reports about the miracles that Airrosti has worked. I was pretty skeptical until my daughter, Teah, was injured.
Teah started limping during technical training on a Monday night and you could see she was in some pain. Her knee was mildly swollen and she could not make any lateral movements without considerable pain. We scheduled an appointment at Airrosti with Dr. Trimmier for Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. Trimmier checked Teah’s knee and found nothing wrong structurally. He had her perform several tests and told us that her knee pain was tied to a problem with her glutes and hamstring. Dr. Trimmier explained what he would be working on and what to expect. He told Teah that he thought her pain would be gone by the end of the appointment.
He did some deep tissue and fascia work and Teah reported that the pain was nearly gone. A few minor tweaks and Teah was pain free.
We were then sent to work with an Airrosti trainer who showed Teah how to foam roll and gave her some strengthening exercised to work on over the next few months. Teah was then taped up and Dr. Trimmier told her that she could return to practice that night. Teah was thrilled and I was shocked.
Practice was uneventful and Teah had almost no pain. Thursday’s practice was completed without pain. Teah even felt that she was a bit faster after the work that Airrosti had performed.
We followed up with Dr. Trimmier on Friday and he did a bit more work on Teah. He was impressed that she was stronger and the muscles were working together better. She was taped and told to keep rolling and have a great weekend of soccer. We were told that we did not need to return as Teah was back to 100%.
We went from convinced that Teah had a mildly serious knee injury to playing in two games in a matter of days. I could not recommend Airrosti more. I hope that Lonestar will maintain their relationship with such an effective group.
– Andrew Vloedman, Teah’s father