Sleep Well

To emphasize the importance of rest and mental health, the Peach Belt Conference is distributing sleep masks to all student-athletes at its member schools… more »

Different Result

When a football player at Texas A&M University suffered heat stroke last spring, the sports medicine staff quickly modeled the correct reaction, in contrast to the recent reported actions at the University of Maryland… more »

Event Planning

To ensure you and your staffers have lives outside the athletic training room doors, veteran athletic trainer Larry Cooper says you have to work with each other and prioritize scheduling… more »

New Here

As recently certified athletic trainers start their first jobs this fall, veteran athletic trainer Larry Cooper offers some tips on handling the transition… more »

Ready, Set, Go

Once the fall season starts, athletic trainers have no time to stop. Making sure everything is prepared beforehand can make this transition a breeze… more »

To Play or Not

With many parents today hesitant to allow their kids to play football for fear of head injuries, two married athletic trainers with a young son weigh in… more »

Pregame Safety Check

A new rule aimed at improving safety will require all South Dakota high school athletic events to be preceded by a medical time-out this fall… more »

Leading the Charge

After a local athlete died of heat stroke 10 years ago, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association revamped its heat plan. Now, the state is one of the nation’s leaders in heat-related preparations… more »

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