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A Better Approach?

By overseeing recreational sports alongside athletic training and strength and conditioning, this author has been able to develop unique partnerships and programs across the University of Delaware campus… more »


Open for Business

Athletic directors and coaches would like the athletic training room to be open all the time. For athletic trainers, that would cause burn-out and a terrible environment. What is the solution?

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East Meets West

This Arizona athletic trainer is also a licensed acupuncturist — supplementing her orthopedic knowledge with a variety of alternative treatments… more »


Addressing Mental Health

Syracuse University has added a full-time therapist to its sports medicine department to help student-athletes with mental health issues.

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Breaking Barriers

What’s it like to be one of the only female athletic trainers in the NFL? Pittsburgh Steelers athletic trainer Sonia Ruef recently shared her story.   

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Playground Tussles

Athletic trainer David Csillan has always pictured his athletic department as a playground. And just like on a playground, everyone needs to find a way to get along.   

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Caught in a Crowd

In high school and small-college settings, strength coaches can find themselves training 30 to 40 athletes without any assistance. What are ways to keep your head above water?.. more »


A Better Approach?

By overseeing recreational sports alongside athletic training and strength and conditioning, this author has been able to develop unique partnerships and programs across the University of Delaware campus… more »

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