Technology

Hot Topic, Cool Solutions: When and Why To Use Hot & Cold Therapy on Athletes

Hot and cold therapy are both effective ways to help athletes rehabilitate injuries and surgeries, as well as recover from strength and conditioning training. While both strategies are helpful to athletes, their applications produce different... more »

Portable diagnostic X-ray unit allows for sideline evaluation of football injuries

MinXray Inc. introduces Impact, its new completely battery-powered, portable digital radiography (DR) system, to the football marketplace… more »


Foot Forces

A shoe sensor developed by Purdue University researchers that measures impact forces on the foot may help prevent injuries and improve performance for runners and other athletes.   

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See Things Differently

Incorporating virtual reality helps athletes view rehab in a new way. At the University of Alabama, it has also increased engagement and commitment to the recovery process… more »

Tapping into Tendons

A research team at the University of Wisconsin has developed a wearable device that could help with determining return to play following tendon injury… more »


Arms in Motion

Combining information from the biomechanics lab and wearable tech, a new arm sleeve for baseball pitchers hopes to help with training, injury prevention, and longitudinal studies. 

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A Leg Up

Thanks to an innovative idea by a University of Virginia startup, athletic trainers may soon be able to see muscle patterns in action… more »

Arms in Motion

Combining information from the biomechanics lab and wearable tech, a new arm sleeve for baseball pitchers hopes to help with training, injury prevention, and longitudinal studies… more »

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