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HARRISON –

The New York Red Bulls, the major league soccer team based in Harrison, has contracted with the New York metropolitanbased SportsCare Institute to offer physical therapy and athletic training for the Red Bulls Academy and Training Program for young soccer talent, a joint press release announced July 30.

“The New York Red Bulls family is excited to partner with a local organization like SportsCare Institute,” said Marc de Grandpre, the team’s director of commercial operations. “SportsCare will provide our youth development programs and academy with terrific care, helping us continue developing great talent in the New Jersey area.”

As part of the partnership arrangement, SportsCare will have certified athletic trainers and physical therapists on-site at “multiple” Red Bulls youth clinics as well as at home matches “to assess injuries and offer free injury prevention screenings,” the release said.

SportsCare President Ron Lombardi said: “SportsCare’s network of physical therapy professionals are excited to work with another worldclass sports franchise.” The company also provides physical therapy services to the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets.

“Given the excitement generated by the World Cup,” Lombardi added, “we’re more bullish than ever on youth soccer’s future in the U.S. And with our commitment to keeping young athletes safe – including a focus on establishing baseline assessments for those recovering from concussions – I’m confident our program with the Red Bulls can become a national model for health maintenance and protection.”

The agreement also makes SportsCare the exclusive physical therapy marketing partner of the Red Bulls, the release said.

No details about the terms of the agreement were provided in the release. A Red Bulls spokesman couldn’t be reached.

SportsCare says it has 56 facilities throughout New Jersey, New York and Florida that provide state-of-the-art physical and occupational therapy and sports medicine services.

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