Sports Medicine

Stopping ACL Tears

A new program offers an all-in-one approach to preventing ACL injuries… more »


Two Athlete Deaths

As preseason practices get underway, two student-athlete deaths have been reported, one at Federal Way (Wash.) High School and another at the University of Maine.

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A Year of Pitch Counts

This spring marked the first high school baseball season with nationwide pitch count rules, put in place by the NFHS to curtail arm injuries. The new requirement was applauded by many but did bring up some questions and unforeseen consequences… more »


Action on Opioids

With the opioid crisis in America deepening, those in athletics may wonder if they have a role to play in prevention efforts. The Tempe (Ariz.) Union High School District is testing out one possibility… more »

Hamstrung by Hamstrings

How can athletic trainers cut the frequency of hamstring injuries in athletes? One researcher says the answer is knowing the risk factors and how to address them… more »


Four Athletic Trainers Hired

In the Pueblo City (Colo.) Schools, the board of education voted to allocate $250,000 into its budget for the 2018-19 school year in order to hire four full-time athletic trainers.

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Global Reach

A group of University of Nebraska at Omaha students recently learned about sports medicine’s global reach on a service-learning trip to Nicaragua. 

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Injury Reporting Proposed

The Big Ten has asked the NCAA to develop a national football injury reporting system in the wake of a Supreme Court decision that allows states to legalize betting on sports.

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