January 29, 2015
Although the NATA's latest guidelines do not call for ECG screenings on athletes prior to participation, some schools have begun to implement them anyway. In this two-part article, athletic trainers at the high school and university levels explain why and how.By Josh Woodall and Jamie Woodall
January 29, 2015
The University of North Carolina is using a "full court press" in nutrition to assist its men's basketball players in rising above the competition.By Mary Ellen Bingham Mary Ellen Bingham, MS, RD, CSSD, is the Head Sports Nutritionist at the University of North Carolina, where she works closely with many of the varsity sports teams, including men's basketball. She can be reached at: BinghamM@email.unc.edu.
January 29, 2015
What's the best way to deliver athletic training coverage and sports medicine care in the 21st century? A large-scale model, outlined here, may be an answer.By Mitch Bellamy Mitch Bellamy, MS, ATC, is the Assistant Director of Sports Medicine and Athletic Training at the Vanderbilt Orthopaedic Institute, where he has been employed since 2004. He has previously worked at Belmont University and Marshall University and can be reached at: dennis.m.bellamy@vanderbilt.edu.
January 29, 2015
An off-season training program focused on injury prevention and position-specific workouts has helped the University of South Carolina baseball team win two national championships in the past four years.By Billy Anderson Billy Anderson, MSCC, is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Olympic sports at the University of South Carolina and the Head Strength Coach for its baseball team. He can be reached at: bdanders@mailbox.sc.edu.
January 29, 2015
By Vern Gambetta As coaches a huge part of our job involves management. Management of our athletes first, then management of our assistant coaches, support staff, facilities etc. To be a good coach it is absolutely necessary to be an effective manager. That being said, the biggest management task we face is management of ourselves.
January 29, 2015
With its recent BCS championship game victory, the Florida State University football team is once again among the nation's elite. According to Jake Pfeil, MS, LAT, ATC, Associate Director of Sports Medicine and Head Football Athletic Trainer at Florida State, an innovative massage therapy partnership is one secret to the team's success. Pfeil wrote about the cost-saving program for T&C last year. Click here to read Recovered and Ready.

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