Back in the game, without any pain

  • Sunday, August 10, 2008

William Austin

Speed, agility and hard work have earned William the starting tailback
position for the Goose Creek Cators.
That means he's got to be on top of his game, playing his best, every play, every practice and especially, every game.
When William was injured in the middle of last season, running and cutting was really painful, and suddenly it looked like his chances at college ball might be in jeopardy.
That's when the team's athletic trainer, Ernie Drews, A.T.C, advised William to go to Trident Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation's Saturday Morning Clinic.
Dr. Windler diagnosed the sports hernia and set him up with one of Trident Sports Medicine's athletic trainers.
"My trainer stuck by my side, stretching and working with me everyday until I was back in the game and shoWing what I'm really made of."

William Austin
Starting Tailback
Goose Creek High School


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