Sports Medicine

Study: 34% of high schools have no access to athletic trainers

A study published in the Journal of Athletic Training showed that 34% of U.S. public and private high schools have no access to athletic trainers… more »

Forgetting the feet: How foot care is overlooked

Athletes often neglect their feet, requiring more education from athletic trainers. Here’s why foot care can be so hard for your athletes… more »

Study: More than half of California high schools lack athletic trainers

A study published Wednesday by the NATA found that more than 47% of schools in California do not have an athletic trainer… more »

Controlling inflammation, reducing pain and increasing healing (sponsored)

Medical professionals at every level of sport are turning to advanced wound care products to simplify the process of healing athletes… more »

Researchers: Competitive gaming needs new protocols in sports medicine

Competitive gaming athletes have reported issues of eye fatigue, neck and back pain, wrist pain, and cramping, highlighting the need for medical treatment… more »

Safety in the weight room

Safety in the weight room can’t be ignored by strength coaches. Here are some tips to avoid injuries during squats, deadlifts and cleans… more »

$5 million gift allows Children’s National Hospital to open sports medicine center

Children’s National Hospital announced a $5 million gift from Fight For Children to establish a new sports medicine center for children and adolescents… more »

The next frontier of sport — recovery (sponsored)

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

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