Continuing Education

Not Worth the Weight

It’s common for young football players to intentionally try to gain weight for their sport. However, according to a recent study, it may put them at risk for health problems later in life.

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Preventing Suicide

With a few proactive steps, athletic trainers can play a big role in preventing student-athlete suicide… more »

When AT Days Are Done

In June, Larry Cooper retired after 27 years as Head Athletic Trainer at Penn-Trafford High School in Harrison City, Pa. Here, he talks about adjusting to his new life and what he misses the most… more »

University of Barcelona researchers discover new ankle ligament

Researchers at the University of Barcelona have discovered a new ankle ligament which could help explain chronic pain after an ankle sprain… more »

Moving to a New Position

There’s a lot to think about when switching from one job to another. Taking a few simple, proactive steps can make the transition smoother for everyone involved… more »

In the Know: Prioritizing continuing education for strength coaches, ATs

Continuing education is necessary for athletic trainers & strength coaches. However, choosing the right avenue can make the process much more enjoyable… more »

AT Self-Care: Part 2

Do you know you should invest in self-care but aren’t sure where to begin? Here are some tips and strategies to get you started… more »

AT Self-Care: Part 1

How can athletic trainers handle the various stressors of the profession? By taking care of themselves with the same dedication they show athletes… more »

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