In the AT Room

Infection Risk Reduction Program reduces bacteria in AT rooms by 95%

A study found that an Infection Risk Reduction Program implemented in athletic training rooms reduced the overall amount of bacteria present by 95%.. more »

Ready, Set, Go

Once the fall season starts, athletic trainers have no time to stop. Making sure everything is prepared beforehand can make this transition a breeze… more »

Meet the Needs

Getting an athlete with ADHD to focus in a busy athletic training room can be a challenge, but there are many practical steps athletic trainers can take to help… more »

Lost in Thought

Athletes with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder can have difficulty concentrating on the task at hand, which can affect their efforts both on the field and in rehab. Here’s how athletic trainers can help them stay on track… more »

Retrain the Brain

To improve results following an injury, mounting evidence suggests incorporating the brain in rehab efforts. Here’s how to do it… more »

Stop the Spread

To keep athletes safe from the effects of dangerous microorganisms, athletic trainers should arm themselves with appropriate antimicrobial products… more »

A Good Defense

Selecting the correct antimicrobial products for your athletic training room can stop the spread of infectious diseases before it starts… more »

Rehab Goes Virtual

Looking for a way to better engage athletes with rehab? Take a page out of the University of Alabama football team’s book and give virtual reality a try… more »

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