Injury Prevention
February 13, 2017
by Mike Jolly Concussions are a problem that are not going away anytime soon. As more responsibility is being put on coaches to better protect their athletes, implementing programs that get results is critical. Neck Training is a preventative measure that is often either underutilized or done inefficiently. When done properly it can have a significant impact on the number of concussions you see.
Leadership
February 10, 2017
To help in the fight against opioid addiction, athletic trainers in Arizona are focused on injury prevention and rehabilitation.  
Leadership
February 9, 2017
Ithaca College Head Athletic Trainer Mike Matheny shares seven tips for making the most out of hiring a new staff member for your sports medicine team.
Company News
February 7, 2017
Unique Advantages
Company News
February 7, 2017
In recent TV news features and magazine articles, we have learned of the threat from germs and bacteria in health clubs and gyms. Gym cleaning supplies make claims: “disinfects”, “sanitizes”, “kills germs”, and more. But what do these terms really mean? Which is best? What do they have to do with your club?
Sports Medicine
February 3, 2017
Tired of running from sideline to sideline as the sole athletic trainer for freshman and j.v. football games, Maria Hutsick came up with an innovative solution to make her job easier and improve the level of care she was providing.

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