Sports Medicine

The next frontier of sport — recovery (sponsored)

Dedicated recovery spaces and access to recovery equipment are becoming the standard at high performance organizations… more »

Study: Multisport females have decreased likelihood for knee, hip injuries

The Journal of Athletic Training today released “Sport Specialization and Coordination Differences in Multisport Adolescent Female Basketball, Soccer, and Volleyball Athletes” as part of its special thematic issue focused on youth sport specialization… more »

Study highlights ties between specialization and baseball injuries

The Journal of Athletic Training today released “Sport Specialization and Increased Injury Frequency in Youth Baseball Players: A Prospective Study.”.. more »

Study: No link between youth contact sports and cognitive problems

A study found that adolescents who play contact sports are no more likely to experience cognitive impairment, depression or suicidal thoughts… more »

NATA offers recommendations to reduce specialization-related injuries

The NATA releases an official statement with health-focused recommendations to reduce the risk of injury due to youth sports specialization… more »


Better Than Ice: The best way to reduce inflammation from injury or surgery

{Sponsored} Research says that good circulation is essential to healing, and other research says cooling therapy is important for the healing process. Cooling relieves pain and inflammation. Common injuries for athletes include all extremities: knees,... more »

Study: Female athletes seek concussion care later than males

Female athletes seek specialty medical treatment later than male athletes for sports-related concussions (SRC), and this delay may cause them to experience more symptoms and longer recoveries… more »

Prehab: Is laser part of your preconditioning program?

Prehab is a concept more and more athletic trainers are embracing to help minimize injuries on the field and reduce pain and soreness after events.. more »

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