Former WTA player and Olympian Brenda Schultz-McCarthy’s tennis camp in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains not only teaches the fundamentals of the game, it helps injured players get back on the court. The Brenda Schultz Tennis Camp in Ferrum, Virginia includes an injury prevention and rehabilitation program. According to Schultz-McCarthy, this unique, program empowers players to understand what really is causing their dysfunction and breakdowns. The camp’s staff includes health coaches, conditioning specialists, mental/emotional experts, chiropractors, acupuncturists, nurses, and athletic trainers. These programs have helped athletes break world records, return to All-Star status, and become the college player of the year.
Schultz-McCarthy herself suffered a career-ending back injury. It is through her own ordeal that she decided to help other players get back into the game. “After my back injury in the late 1990s, I wanted to help kids enjoy tennis without sacrificing fun or quality of instruction,” she said. “Using the programs my husband designed to overcome my back injury we were able to help countless families overcome obstacles many times that seemed impossible. The camp transformed itself into a healing farm. When people come with an open mind and a true desire to be whole, transformations and miracles happen.”
To learn more, contact the camp at firstname.lastname@example.org.