Group Effort

To put student-athlete well-being front and center, this author suggests developing a mental health work group in your athletic department or conference… more »

Rallying for Reporting

With sports betting now legal, the NATA believes it’s time for college football to institute a national injury report. Here’s a breakdown of their recommendations… more »

Abuse Increases Injury Risk

A new study suggests female athletes who have been sexually or physically abused are 12 times more likely to experience a sports injury… more »

New Guidelines

After reviewing 25 years of research, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released new clinical recommendations for treating children with mild traumatic brain injury… more »

At Home and Abroad

Becoming certified in more than one country can open a lot of doors for athletic trainers. This athletic trainer describes the process — and perks — of obtaining certification in the U.S. and Canada… more »

Many the Miles

The sports medicine staff for the Navy football team is working to keep players healthy for the long road ahead, as the team prepares to travel more than an unprecedented 26,000 miles this season… more »

Weather the Storm: Part 2

One year after Hurricane Irma hit South Florida, Erin Cernuda, Head Athletic Trainer at Miami (Fla.) Sunset Senior High School, describes how she made it through the storm while still supporting her athletes… more »

Weather the Storm: Part 1

For those living and working in coastal regions, handling hurricanes is becoming a formidable prospect of late summer. In this article, former Texas Southern University Director of Sports Medicine Dr. Erin Hassler shares how she made it through Hurricane Harvey last year… more »

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