Sports Medicine

Q&A with Notre Dame Director of Sports Nutrition Matt Frakes

After a career of teaching healthy eating habits and cooking skills to young athletes where he's worked, Matt Frakes is bringing his experience in sports nutrition to Notre Dame. Recently hired as the Fighting Irish's... more »

Treating ACL Tears with Dr. Scott Arthur

Scott Arthur, M.D., sports medicine specialist at the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, sat down with WilliamsonSource.com to discuss innovations in the treatment of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears. Below is an excerpt from... more »

WFT Assistant ATC Put on Leave Amid DEA Investigation

The Washington Football Team has placed assistant athletic trainer Doug Quon on administrative leave while the organization is under investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), according to a report from ESPN. Although the specific... more »

Q&A with Andrea Wieland, Penn’s Sports Performance Associate Director

Dr. Andrea Wieland, an experienced professional with more than two decades of training athletes to peak physical and mental performance, is in her third year as Associate Athletic Director for Sports Performance. In her position,... more »

FIFA Takes Part in Ground-Breaking Female Player Health & Performance Study

FIFA, in collaboration with Orreco and Western Sydney University, is investing in female player health and performance research to build better future sports science systems. For decades, the scientific understanding of the female athlete has... more »

Study: Challenges with Nutritional & Dietary Behavior of Para-Athletes

A new study reveals that para-athletes might be in need of nutrition education and a support system for eating behavior. Published online in Nutrients, the study sampled 32 para-athletes and 45 university student-athletes without disabilities... more »

The Science Behind Cold Water Immersion & Muscle Recovery

Spending five or 10 minutes in cold, icy water has been thought to improve muscle recovery and enhance future athletic performance. This practice, commonly referred to as cold water immersion or ice baths, is routinely... more »

NSCA Recognizes Minot State’s Exercise Science & Rehab Program

Minot State’s exercise science and rehabilitation program has been approved and recognized through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Education Recognition Program (ERP). By pursuing and achieving NSCA recognition through the ERP, Minot State’s... more »

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