In the AT Room

Micro-Z II Device Helps Athletes Treat Pain without Opioids

A new device designed to help athletes treat pain and heal without the need for prescription pills is making a big difference in the Pittsburgh community. According to a recent story from KDKA-CBS2, Micro-Z II... more »

Brewers Athletic Trainer Hospitalized After Attending to Umpire

A Major League athletic trainer required assistance shortly after providing care to an umpire who was struck in the neck with an errant foul ball during the ninth inning of the Milwaukee Brewers' home game.... more »

Two Ohio Trainers Save HS Baseball Player’s Life

"It didn't feel like an accomplishment," Jaci Combs, an athletic trainer for Fairborn High School in Ohio, said. "I was full of dread about it, honestly, because we didn't know what the outcome would be."... more »

Two Athletic Trainers Save Referee’s Life during Football Game

Two fast-acting athletic trainers sprang into action when a referee suffered a heart attack during a football game last week on Long Island, New York. During a weekend game between East Meadow High School and... more »

New Slip-Resistant Safety Floor Powered by Ecore

Ecore, a manufacturer of safe, ergonomic, and acoustic performance surfaces for commercial and athletic markets introduces its newest Ecore Athletic surface: HydroGrip Motivate. This engineered surface features a slip-resistant safety floor surface layer that is... more »

Recovery Technology Education Platform Developed for NFL Athletic Trainers

 Hyperice, the industry leader in recovery technology and pioneer of percussion, vibration, dynamic air compression, and thermal technology, today announced the launch of athletic trainer education courses with PFATS, the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society,... more »

5 Facts about ATCs during National Athletic Trainers Month

March is National Athletic Training Month, an opportunity to spread awareness of the impact athletic trainers (ATs) have on work, life and sport. Athletic trainers are health care professionals that prevent, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate... more »

Former San Jose State Trainer Responsible for Sexual Misconduct

Longtime San Jose State University sports medicine director, Scott Shaw, has been found responsible for at least five women's claims in a series of Title IX investigations. Shaw resigned in August amid reports he sexually... more »

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