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Middle School Coverage

Many high schools partner with hospitals to provide athletic training coverage for their sports teams, but the North Kansas City (Mo.) School District (NKCSD) has taken their arrangement one step further… more »

Partners in Strength

As the old saying goes, two heads are better than one. That has certainly held true for the strength and conditioning program at the University of Kentucky, where Corey Edmond, CSCS, and Mark Hill, CSCS, work together as Co-Directors of Performance for the school’s football team… more »


NJ Reports Results

Of the 502 high school student-athletes tested in New Jersey for performance enhancing drugs this year, just one tested positive.

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On Display

There are many ways to promote the athletic training profession. The North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association (NCATA) recently pursued a new avenue by creating an exhibit at the North Carolina Museum of History… more »


AED Delay Cited in Athlete’s Death

Trouble locating an AED has been alleged to be one of the factors behind the death of high school basketball player in Kentucky. 

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The Latest in Concussion Research

There have been several advances made in concussion research, including biomarkers and differences in magnitude of impact based on age.

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Parents Hold Kids Out

A new study shows that almost 20 percent of parents hold their kids out of all sports because of concussion risk. 

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The Right Brace for Every Volleyball Player

According to the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, fifteen percent of all sports-related injuries are ankle-related, making it the most common injury. This number is even more staggering for volleyball players, where ankle injuries make up... more »

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