Children’s Hospital Boston
The Division of Sports Medicine at Children’s Hospital is a world-renowned sports medicine research facility and a leader in the treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of pediatric, adolescent and adult sports and dance medicine injuries.
From its inception in 1974, the goal of the Division of Sports Medicine has been not only to provide clinical care to sports injured children and adolescents but also to conduct research into the etiology, risk factors, and prevention of injuries and health-related problems associated with organized sports participation. To date the Division of Sports Medicine has provided care to thousands of young athletes, including elite figure skaters and professional ballet dancers. The Division is equally renowned for the invaluable research it has conducted, and the students, physicians and graduate physicians it has trained.
The Division of Sports Medicine was the first facility in North America devoted to pediatric sports medicine and continues to enjoy a vaunted reputation in this field – both domestically and around the world.
The Skating Club of Boston is proud of its on-going support for The Division of Sports Medicine at Children’s Hospital Boston.
For more information on the Division, and its founder Dr. Lyle Micheli, visit the Children’s Hospital Boston web site.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts (GSEMA) is 50,000 members strong: with 35,000 girls and 15,000 volunteers in 178 communities in eastern Massachusetts. The 10th largest Girl Scout council in the United States, GSEMA’s mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. For more information about Girl Scout programs, camp and more, please visit www.gsema.org.
The Skating Club of Boston is proud of its ongoing support for Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, as both organizations celebrate over 100 years of supporting girls and young women.