Motus Global Hires “The Injury Expert” Will Carroll as Media Relations Director

Sports and injury reporter comes on board to lead internal media efforts for the biomechanics company

Rockville Centre, NY — August 8, 2017 — Will Carroll, a renowned expert throughout sports media and an injury reporter for 18 years, has officially joined Motus Global, the world leader in advanced biomechanical analysis, as the Media Relations Director. Carroll has contributed to many top tier media publications including Bleacher Report, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, the New York Times, and the New York Post. He will work at Motus to continue spreading the word of injury prevention and performance enhancement through the technology the Company has invented.

“I’ve known the people at Motus Global for years and have seen what a difference their product can make,” said Carroll. “This gives me a chance to stop talking about injuries and start doing something about it. I want to see less injuries across all sports and at all levels and with Motus, we have a real chance to make a real change.”

“We’ve been focused on building the most advanced physics engine, statistical models, and machine learning driven corrective programming, all validated at the highest level since our start,” said CEO of Motus Global, Joe Nolan. “Now it’s time to unleash the power of the Motus platform on a mass-scale. We couldn’t think of anyone more well suited to tell the story and educate our users than, Will. He’s a great addition to Motus.”

In addition to contributing to the narrative of the innovation story at Motus, Carroll will also be the host of the Company’s first podcast, The Motus Show. The podcast will look at the future of sports medicine and technology through interviews with some of the most elite voices in athletics.

Carroll has also authored two books, Saving The Pitcher, and The Juice, that focus on analysis of pitcher injuries and fundamental issues baseball is facing among other sports. He is also a three time FSWA Award Winner, SABR Award Winner, AAOS More Award Winner, and the first journalist on faculty at Dr. James Andrews’ ASMI Conference.

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