The Squat: A More Detailed Look

In my first article of this series, I gave a quick introduction of what to look for to keep your athletes safe when performing squats, deadlifts, and cleans. It was broad and basic and only... more »

Why are more sports healthcare professionals seeing the light?

The use of light therapy for therapeutic purposes has been around for over 50 years. In 1967, Mester, et al. (1) reported on the effects of laser biostimulation for the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Since... more »

Protecting the adolescent arm

“Baseball knows little on how to protect arms.”  This statement was made by Jeff Passan in his book, “The Arm.” He later wrote: “The arm confounds even the smartest people and inspires radical ideas, such... more »

Supplement Savvy for Athletic Performance

Athletes strive for excellence and will do anything, at times, to achieve success in sport. It makes sense that some athletes will do anything to have a competitive edge to fulfill the Olympic motto of... more »

Basketball never stops with HomeCourt

As the popular Nike slogan suggests, basketball never stops. The people from HomeCourt, a basketball training app, have taken this slogan to new heights — helping basketball players of all ages and skill levels improve... more »

When athletes go gluten-free

A growing list of athletes say a gluten-free diet enhances their performance. What are the myths and truths of this trend? We take an in-depth look… more »

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