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Sports Medicine
August 14, 2018
What happens when the person charged with taking care of student-athlete injuries is injured himself? A high school athletic trainer explains how he has managed the situation.
Injury Prevention
August 10, 2018
A first-of-its-kind study shows injury rates are elevated in high schools that don't employ athletic trainers. 
Sports Medicine
August 9, 2018
Shifting attitudes surrounding recreational marijuana are changing the ways some colleges view, test for, and address its use among athletes. 
Optimum Performance
August 9, 2018
With a focus on providing a holistic approach to student-athlete health, Duke University has announced the formation of the Integrative Performance Excellence Group. 
August 8, 2018
Training & Conditioning is launching a new continuing education program stocked with webinars, newsletters, and plenty of CEU opportunities!
Optimum Performance
August 7, 2018
Foot Management is accredited by the Prescription Foot Orthotic Laboratories Association and is a member of the Pedorthic Footwear Association. Doctors, physical therapists, and professional and collegiate athletic trainers trust Foot Management to provide them with the very best foot care products.  
Sports Medicine
August 2, 2018
To reduce the number of catastrophic sports injuries in secondary schools, Ewing (N.J.) High School Athletic Trainer David Csillan urges athletic trainers to participate in the Korey Stringer Institute’s Raise Your Rank campaign.
Sports Medicine
July 27, 2018
A recently published study suggests that increasing mindfulness could help athletes as they recover from an injury. 
Concussions
July 26, 2018
A former football player for McGill-Toolen (Ala.) High School is suing the school's athletic trainers, coaches, and administrators for negligence after allegedly suffering traumatic brain injury that has led to “permanent physical, emotional, neurological and cognitive deficits."
Sports Medicine
July 25, 2018
As preseason practices get underway, two student-athlete deaths have been reported, one at Federal Way (Wash.) High School and another at the University of Maine.
Concussions
July 24, 2018
With many parents today hesitant to allow their kids to play football for fear of head injuries, two married athletic trainers with a young son weigh in.
Concussions
July 24, 2018
Using a “walk and think” test to assess athletes’ recovery after a concussion may help prevent re-injury down the road. 
Sports Medicine
July 19, 2018
In the Pueblo City (Colo.) Schools, the board of education voted to allocate $250,000 into its budget for the 2018-19 school year in order to hire four full-time athletic trainers.
Leadership
July 19, 2018
When athletic trainers and school nurses work together, the level of care provided only improves. Getting to this point requires communication and mutual respect. 
Sports Medicine
July 13, 2018
A group of University of Nebraska at Omaha students recently learned about sports medicine’s global reach on a service-learning trip to Nicaragua. 
Facilities
July 12, 2018
In Colorado, Fountain-Fort Carson High School opened a new $170,000 weight room, along with hiring two strength and conditioning coaches.
Concussions
July 12, 2018
A new type of football helmet padding aimed at reducing concussions in the sport could hit the gridiron in the near future.
New Research
July 10, 2018
Recent research suggests that the underhand throwing style used by softball pitchers is not as safe as previously thought.   
Sports Medicine
July 3, 2018
The Big Ten has asked the NCAA to develop a national football injury reporting system in the wake of a Supreme Court decision that allows states to legalize betting on sports.
Concussions
June 29, 2018
A study of NCAA football players used blood-based biomarker testing to identify when the brain underwent changes as a result of subconcussive head impacts. 
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