January 29, 2015
In presenting the 2014 Most Valuable Athletic Trainer Award to Brian Robinson, MS, ATC, LAT, Head Athletic Trainer at Glenbrook South High School, Glenview, Ill., Training & Conditioning, along with Sports Health, were swamped with deserving nominees.
January 29, 2015
By Patrick Bohn In Atlanta this past January, the College Athletic Trainers' Society and the NCAA Sport Science Institute hosted a "Safety in College Football Summit," which brought together sports medicine personnel, members of the American Football Coaches' Association, and representatives from several conferences. The result of that summit was the foundation of several recently-released guidelines on student-athlete safety. ***
January 29, 2015
References Akhavan S, Kiderman A, Snell ED, DeMeo PJ, Kelly KM, Quigley MR. Early results of oculomotor testing in evaluating sports concussions. Presented at the 2014 AAOS Symposium. 2014. Beckwith JG, Greenwald RM, Chu JJ, et al. Head Impact Exposure Sustained by Football Players on Days of Diagnosed Concussion. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Nov 6 2012. Broglio SP, Cantu RC, Gioia GA, et al. National Athletic Trainers' Association Position Statement: Management of Sport Concussion. J Athl Train. Mar 7 2014.
January 29, 2015
Strength and conditioning programs are always evolving. As coaches gain more knowledge about how the body works, they use it to keep their athletes at the top of their game. But they also strive to keep things in the weightroom fresh and exciting to keep athletes engaged. Here, we take a look at some unique things being done by strength coaches across the country.
January 29, 2015
In presenting the 2014 Most Valuable Athletic Trainer Award to Brian Robinson, MS, ATC, LAT, Head Athletic Trainer at Glenbrook South High School, Glenview, Ill., Training & Conditioning, along with Sports Health, were swamped with deserving nominees.
January 29, 2015
Very few in sports are strangers to the sight--an athlete goes down, the athletic trainers rush to their aid, a spine board or stretcher is called, and the athlete is whisked away to a waiting ambulance. Often, the sequence occurs like clockwork. But in reality, a lack of proper planning and preparation for these incidents can make the difference between life and death.

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