Feature
May 29, 2018
To ensure he had time with his sons despite his long hours as Athletic Trainer at Ewing (N.J.) High School, David Csillan had a lunchtime date with them through their high school years.
Sport-specific
May 29, 2018
Sport-specific
May 29, 2018
The moments immediately following an injury are critical in terms of getting an accurate evaluation and diagnosis. Those moments are made much more difficult and tense when spectators, fans, and other athletes are all watching. This situation not only infringes on the privacy of the injured athlete, but also makes an already difficult job even harder for the athletic trainers and medical personnel on the scene.
Strength and Conditioning
May 22, 2018
With fractions of a second or inches of a play being the difference between wins and losses, it is no wonder athletes are turning to all aspects of sports science to find a winning edge.  Multiple disciplines contribute to an athletes’ ultimate sport performance, including certified health practitioners, such as the Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) and Registered Dietitian (RD), and trained coaching staff including a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).  Each of these disciplines remain distinct in their expertise, yet, if they are coordinated in their care, they will buil
Injury Prevention
May 22, 2018
At Samford University, wearable motion sensors have helped the women’s soccer team reduce its rate of noncontact ACL injuries. 
Concussions
May 21, 2018
On the girls' soccer team at Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School's in Fort Worth, Texas, the head coach requires all players to wear protective headgear, which he has found to cut down on concussions.

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