EX- NBA,NFL Professionals call on Educators and Physicians, CALL TO ACTION on YOUTH SPORTS & COVID
08/04/2020

This is a call to action,for a safe place to engage in sports and recreational activities,allowing for mentorship,social development at CSO MULTIPLEX.

Online PR News – 04-August-2020 – Thursday, August 6 th, 1Pm -2Pm @CSO SPORTS MULTIPLEX 1301 E. 47 th Street,Chicago,IL 60653 – Press Conference Participants. Dr. Gregory Primus, former Chicago Bears, Orthopedic Surgeon and owner of CSO SPorts Multiplex .Dr. Primus along with Former NBA Players Dr. Lloyd Walton, Kendall Gill, NBA Champion Cliff Levingston of Chicago Bulls, Boxing Champion Montel Griffin, Todd Prince , President of the Jackie Robinson West Little League, Robert Fletcher Director of sports for Olive Harvey College. A Host of other Chicago leaders, educators and Coaches will be in attendance for this call to action. They will be discussing Youth Sports during these unprecedented times. Press Conference Participants. Dr. Gregory Primus, former Chicago Bears, Orthopedic Surgeon and owner of CSO SPorts Multiplex .Dr. Primus along with Former NBA Players Dr. Lloyd Walton, Kendall Gill, NBA Champion Cliff Levingston of Chicago Bulls, Boxing Champion Montel Griffin, Todd Prince , President of the Jackie Robinson West Little League, Robert Fletcher Director of sports for Olive Harvey College. A Host of other Chicago leaders, educators and Coaches will be in attendance for this call to action. They will be discussing Youth Sports during these unprecedented times.

This health center is attached to an 80k sq ft sports complex and fitness center. The sports complex is primarily designed for children as a safe place to engage in sports and recreational activities, allowing for mentorship, social development, and of course sport activity ranging from basketball and volleyball, baseball, football, soccer, dance, martial arts, boxing, and many other activities.

The Multiplex is a HealthCenter has specialists that represent the community in which they serve, including Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, Podiatry, Chiropractic Medicine, Neurology, Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology, Interventional Radiology, Pain Care, and a fully equipped Urgent Care center, one of the first and very few black owned urgent care centers in the country providing care in primarily black communities. Dr. Primus and the other doctors and athletes

Dr. Primus and his colleges are distraught over the devastating effect of COVID-19 on our black and brown community and we see it as a major reflection of the many disparities that affect our communities. The sports complex allows for children to have a place to call home, and keeps them engaged and off the streets. And we know in this current state of economic despair in the middle of a pandemic, gun violence and death rates coming from bullets are at an all time high, higher than its been in nearly 20 years. discussion of more COVID Testing,

The Discussions of Health in our community and the Societal issues and misinformation that contribute to these disparities in a major way.

There is a tremendous amount of misinformation and this is why this press conference is imperative. CSO Multiplex wants to discuss the discovery in trying to provide as safe an environment as humanely possible for indoor sports and the struggles faced on youth sports as a whole.

Without wide and mainstream testing, there is no way to know or understand the real impact and threat of this virus. Given our understanding and experiences here at the Multiplex, we have implemented a mandatory testing requirement in order to gain access to the sports facility.
Press Conference Participants. Dr. Gregory Primus, former Chicago Bears, Orthopedic Surgeon and owner of CSO SPorts Multiplex .Dr. Primus along with Former NBA Players Dr. Lloyd Walton, Kendall Gill, NBA Champion Cliff Levingston of Chicago Bulls, Boxing Champion Montel Griffin, Todd Prince , President of the Jackie Robinson West Little League, Robert Fletcher Director of sports for Olive Harvey College. A Host of other Chicago leaders, educators and Coaches will be in attendance for this call to action. They will be discussing Youth Sports during these unprecedented times.

This health center is attached to an 80k sq ft sports complex and fitness center. The sports complex is primarily designed for children as a safe place to engage in sports and recreational activities, allowing for mentorship, social development, and of course sport activity ranging from basketball and volleyball, baseball, football, soccer, dance, martial arts, boxing, and many other activities.

The Multiplex is a HealthCenter has specialists that represent the community in which they serve, including Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, Podiatry, Chiropractic Medicine, Neurology, Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology, Interventional Radiology, Pain Care, and a fully equipped Urgent Care center, one of the first and very few black owned urgent care centers in the country providing care in primarily black communities. Dr. Primus and the other doctors and athletes

Dr. Primus and his colleges are distraught over the devastating effect of COVID-19 on our black and brown community and we see it as a major reflection of the many disparities that affect our communities. The sports complex allows for children to have a place to call home, and keeps them engaged and off the streets. And we know in this current state of economic despair in the middle of a pandemic, gun violence and death rates coming from bullets are at an all time high, higher than its been in nearly 20 years. discussion of more COVID Testing,

The Discussions of Health in our community and the Societal issues and misinformation that contribute to these disparities in a major way.

There is a tremendous amount of misinformation and this is why this press conference is imperative. CSO Multiplex wants to discuss the discovery in trying to provide as safe an environment as humanely possible for indoor sports and the struggles faced on youth sports as a whole.

Without wide and mainstream testing, there is no way to know or understand the real impact and threat of this virus. Given our understanding and experiences here at the Multiplex, we have implemented a mandatory testing requirement in order to gain access to the sports facility.