The blog creates a tremendous opportunity for us to provide more in-depth information to trainers and athletes
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San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 11, 2007
BetterBraces.com, a leading online provider of sports medicine products, announced the launch this week of the Better Braces For Better Health blog. The blog launch represents a continuation of the site's strong commitment to promoting sports injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Better Braces for Better Health has a clear focus on the sports medicine industry, covering a wide range of topics including injury information, athletic training tips, product reviews of knee braces and ankle braces, profiles of rehabbing athletes and more.
"The blog creates a tremendous opportunity for us to provide more in-depth information to trainers and athletes," said Jason Zinn, President of Primo Products International, Inc., the parent company of BetterBraces.com. "We are committed to helping athletes rehab the right way and prevent future injuries."
The blog will feature a weekly "Ask The Trainer" feature in which a certified professional trainer will answer specific questions on any topic. Athletes, trainers and anyone needing injury rehabilitation and prevention advice are encouraged to send their questions via email.
BetterBraces.com already boasts an extensive Sports Injury Guide which has in-depth information and color photos covering common soccer, golf, volleyball, football injuries and much more. The guide covers every kind of sports injury from mild ankle sprains and tennis elbow to serious ACL tears and herniated discs. The guide also provides recommendations on the proper braces, supports, accessories and therapy products for each injury.
The site offers a full price-match guarantee for identical items found anywhere online, a 90-day money back guarantee and free shipping on orders over $100 for all products. The Better Braces For Better Health blog promises to further solidify BetterBraces.com as the go-to Web site for anyone in the market for orthopedic braces and injury prevention products.