December 14, 2018
The University of Mississippi’s Center for Health and Sport Performance used to just provide services to Rebel athletes. Now, it's expanding to offer consultations, education, and concussion testing to the surrounding community. 
December 13, 2018
New research shows that quality sleep can increase post-concussion recovery rates in athletes.
December 12, 2018
Athletic trainers (ATs) have been shown to be a valuable addition to urgent care centers, especially as these locations become utilized more and more for sports medicine-related injuries.
Sports Medicine
December 11, 2018
Athletes continue to use smelling salts to provide a jolt during games. But do sports medicine professionals support this practice? 
Strength and Conditioning
December 7, 2018
At Stonehill College, Strength and Conditioning Coach Mark Zabicki hosted a bench press competition aimed at raising awareness for sexual assault and domestic violence.
December 6, 2018
By: Ema Thake, MS, RD, CSSD “What supplements should I take?” As a sports dietitian working in a NCAA setting, I get that question a lot. My answer…”well, what are you supplementing?”  The best part of my job, hands down, is the highly motivated population. Athletes will go to the ends of the earth and work overtime on the field, court, weight room, and kitchen to get that slight edge, to recover and perform optimally. But at what cost?