Player Safety

Kickoff Rule Reduced Concussions

Two years ago, the Ivy League changed its football kickoff rules. Since then, researchers say there’s been a significant reduction in traumatic brain injuries… more »

New Kickoff Rule Reduced Concussions

Two years ago, the Ivy League changed football kick off rules. Researchers say there’s been a significant reduction in concussions since then.

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The Results Are In

Sweat testing can be a springboard for a comprehensive approach to hydration. Here’s a look at the next steps to take after the data is processed… more »

Uniting ATs and EMTs

After a middle school football player was knocked unconscious during a game at Clover (S.C.) High School last October, both an athletic trainer and emergency medical services (EMS) responded… more »

New Concussion Guidelines From CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new clinical recommendations for healthcare providers treating children with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), often referred to as concussion.

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Prepare for Impact

A new study reveals that tense neck muscles and head position prior to an impact can influence concussion risk. 

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Parents Sue School District

The parents of a high school student who allegedly suffered a concussion while playing football two years ago have filed a $38 million lawsuit against the Hermiston (Ore.) School District… more »

Different Tests

Interested in performing sweat testing analysis with your athletes to help individualize hydration? There are a number of options to consider… more »

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