Comprehensive Collaboration

Care provided through a “fully integrated medical model” is the foundation of a new partnership between Moravian College and St. Luke’s University Health Network… more »

ADHD and Concussion

Study suggests an increased risk of anxiety and depression symptoms for student-athletes with ADHD who have had a concussion… more »

Males, Females, and Injuries

Sex-based differences can play a big role in injury risk factors, as well as treatment. Experts say knowing about them is crucial for providing optimum care… more »

Necessary Intervention

Once a marathon runner crossed the line from healthy eating to a disordered eating pattern called orthorexia, this nutritionist knew it was time to step in. Here, she shares how she got the athlete back on track… more »

Full-Time Care

Pueblo City (Colo.) Schools will hire four full-time athletic trainers for the 2018-19 school year — an upgrade from the one part-time provider the district had last year… more »

Stopping ACL Tears

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

More Injuries Without ATs

First-of-its-kind study shows injury rates are elevated in high schools that don’t employ athletic trainers… more »

Plan in Motion

With proper communication between all parties, a return-to-learn protocol following a head injury can work smoothly–even when an athlete tries to abuse the process, as this case study shows… more »

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