In recent years, the sport of swimming has evolved precipitously due to increased competition and improved new training methods to be applied for optimal swimming performance (Scott, 2016). Consequently, pain and injuries caused by competitive swimming have received large attention. Although swimming is often seen as a “low-impact” sport, a recent study classified swimming as a “high-overuse” sport, ranked second behind tennis (Stracciolini, et al., 2015). Current and past injury history was evaluated in over 1,600 athletic pediatric patients between 5-17 years participating in over thirty sports. If injuries were found to occur in at least 65%, the sport was categorized as “high-overuse.” Among swimmers, 83.6% of those who completed the study were considered to suffer from overuse injuries.