Sidelined USA
Reuniting sidelined athletes with their passions


Sidelined USA in the News

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One of the more difficult parts of an AT’s job is watching an athlete with so much athletic potential lose it all to an injury or health condition. Ultimately, the person who endures the most mental stress and pain because of…”

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Next College Student Athlete Press release

“CHICAGO, IL – Next College Student Athlete (NCSA), the largest collegiate athletic recruiting network that matches student-athletes with college coaches, has partnered with Sidelined USA . . .”

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At Your own Risk: Advocates for Safety Feature

“What happens when your child suffers an injury or health condition that no longer allows them to participate in sports? This is the same question Christine Pinalto asked when her son Cade was permanently sidelined . . .”

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National Athletic Trainers’ association Press Release

“DALLAS – The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) announces relationship with Sidelined USA, a nonprofit organization that supports athletes who have been permanently sidelined . . .”

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Youth sports Safety Alliance: Member Spotlight

“A growing number of student-athletes are unable to continue to compete in their sport due to career-ending injuries, health conditions, or repeat concussions. When the athletic dream is unexpectedly cut . . .”

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National Athletic Trainers’ association: NATA Now Article

“NATA provides resources for athletic trainers working with permanently sidelined athletes through a relationship with Sidelined USA. Sidelined USA is a a nonprofit organization that supports athletes who . . .”

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Heads n’ tales podcast episode feature

“Sidelined USA’s mission is to reunite permanently-sidelined athletes with their passions and inspire them to find a meaningful way forward. The inspiration behind this organization came after Cade’s diagnosis . . .”