Concerned Parents of Young Athletes

  • ​​​Video training modules
  • Forms for use in your office
  • Promotional tools
  • Presentation slides
  • Special access to CPOYA partner organizations
  • Recommendations for CPOYA equipment
  • Access to our private CPOYA providers Facebook Group
  • ​Weekly informative email newsletters

Dr. Tim Maggs' mission is to raise the awareness of the importance of sports biomechanics, particularly in the middle and high school athlete population.

With a raised understanding and awareness, a more proactive effort must be made by parents, coaches, administrators, healthcare providers and athletes.

With this collective effort, the existing healthcare crisis can be dramatically influenced in a positive direction while adding to the quality of life, and reducing healthcare costs, for many families.

Information for Healthcare providers

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In this video, Dr. Maggs introduces his new and advanced comprehensive sports medicine program designed for middle and high school athletes.

This is for all parents, coaches, administrators, healthcare professionals and anyone who has an interest in the long term wellness of young athletes. Dr. Maggs will also introduce his Concerned Parents of Young Athletes™ Provider Network, and how to locate a participating provider near you.

If you have any interest in the long term well being of these young athletes, you will not want to miss this groundbreaking introduction to the future of sports medicine.
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In 2016 Dr. Maggs launched the CPOYA Network Providers program. This program provides educational tools and support for practitioners so that they can become a CPOYA doc in their own community.  Sign up today to get access to these essential tools for your practice:

In 2004, Dr. Maggs recognized the need for improved diagnosis and treatment of sports related injuries in the middle and high school age group.  It was at this time he developed the Concerned Parents of Young Athletes™ Program. Dr. Maggs' goal is to have all middle and high school athletes go through not only the standard medical exam at the start of each season, but also a biomechanical exam. This would look at the musculoskeletal system, in detail, and allow these young athletes to begin correcting imbalances, weaknesses and biomechanical faults long before they become injuries that create disability and premature degeneration.

Click on the play button in the video above to watch the replay of our live broadcast.  If the video is muted, please right click on it and choose unmute.  Please jump to the 4 minute mark where the content begins.

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We're sorry if you missed Dr. Tim Maggs in a LIVE National Press Conference on January 12, 2017 at 2 pm EST.   Please click play on the video to view the re-broadcast. Please jump to the 4 minute mark where the content begins.

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Tim Maggs, D.C.

Director of Sports Biomechanics at Christian Brothers Academy in Albany, New York.


Information for parents, athletes, coaches, and adminstrators

New Videos from Dr. Tim Maggs