Injury Prevention

Study: factors that contribute to sports function after ACL repair

A recent study published in Sage Publications detailed the factors that contribute to sports function a year after ACL repair. Below is an excerpt from 2minutemedia.com that details the findings of the study. One of... more »

Study: Sudden cardiac arrest deaths in college athletes decline

According to a recent study, deaths due to sudden cardiac arrest among college student-athletes have been in decline over the last 20 years. Researchers from the American Heart Association analyzed data from more than 2... more »

How to prevent shin splints

Shin splints, also known as medial tibial stress syndrome, are not uncommon, especially among runners, dancers, and individuals who suddenly intensify their training or change their workout. “This also happens in new military recruits. A... more »

University of Michigan Concussion Center helps athletes with head injuries

High school cheerleaders, like Catherine Vick from Paw Paw High School in Michigan, are among the most likely student-athletes to suffer a concussion. Vick suffered a concussion as a 10th-grader, and after telling her coaches,... more »

How endurance running impacts the immune system

Whether you’re a lifelong runner or new to the sport, it’s important to understand the impact running has on the immune system. The immune system is complex. As white blood cells help fight off infections,... more »

Study finds delayed ACL surgery may be safe for many adults

A Johns Hopkins Children’s Center study of medical records concludes that delaying surgical treatment of the anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, in some children is associated with a higher risk of new tears in the... more »

NCA&T study links low-energy availability in black athletes

A pilot study led by researchers at North Carolina A&T State University has shown a correlation between hypertension and low-energy availability in black Division I athletes. Among the four sports profiled, basketball and track and... more »

Which is safer: artificial turf or natural grass?

Which playing surface is safer for athletes: natural grass or artificial turf? Scientists continue to study the question, but there are challenges to getting the answer right. There are variables to take into account: the... more »

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