Sportsmed4parents

Your resource for educating and staying informed on sports injuries

WHO WE ARE

We are just two parents who saw a need to provide better information to athletes, parents, coaches, healthcare providers, and anyone interested in learning more about sports injuries to make informed decisions around play, prevention, and treatment.

Todd Lamoreau

todd lamoreau, sports certified specialist, physical therapist, athletic trainer

My name is Todd Lamoreau, PT, SCS, ATC/L. I am a physical therapist with board certification in sports specialty and athletic trainer.

I have had the privilege of working with athletes of all levels including middle school , high school, Division III, Division I and Olympics over the past 20 years.

I see the significant impact of sports related injuries every day. I am also a father with a 11 year old daughter and 7 year old son that are just starting their journey in youth sports.

Every time I watch my kids play I’m hoping that they don’t become part of the sports injury statistics. I am passionate about ensuring that my kids and yours enjoy the many benefits of sports while minimizing the chance of them sustaining a serious injury.

Eric Gosselin

professional picture

My name is Eric Gosselin, DPT. I have worked in healthcare for over 20 years in a variety of levels of care as a physical therapy and athletic trainer including sports, orthopedics, home health, acute rehab, and more.

My career path for the last decade led me down healthcare leadership, operations, and process improvement. I have seen first hand that we have opportunities to do a better job of providing information for individuals to make better health decisions.

As an athlete myself, and a father of 3 young men, twin 8 year olds and a 6 year old, who are just starting out in sports, I see an opportunity. I see the potential to share and collaborate with a community to better serve athletes of all ages. To ensure individuals have access to quality information to make informed decisions related to sports opportunities and risks.

I think we can do better together for ourselves and our young athletes.