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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Thanks to an innovative idea by a University of Virginia startup, athletic trainers may soon be able to see muscle patterns in action… more »
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 »
A high school in Maine is using a web-based system to track student-athletes’ injuries, allowing coaches, parents, and medical staff to communicate easier… more »
A new virtual athletic trainer program from Missouri’s Cox Health allows high school athletes to video chat with a sports medicine clinician when they suffer an injury… more »
What happens when an athlete gets injured, but their school doesn’t have an athletic trainer on-site to treat them? Missouri high schools now have a solution for this problem — athletes can simply pull out their smartphones and video chat with a sports medicine clinician. It’s part of a new virtual athletic trainer program offered by the Cox Health network… more »
To help reduce arm injuries, the strength and conditioning staff at Purdue University has started placing arm sleeves on quarterbacks that track the number of throws they make.
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When a baseball player collapsed on the diamond at Benton (Ark.) High School last spring, an emergency action plan was activated within seconds, and the young man’s life was saved. Heroes included medical personnel, coaches, and administrators — as well as an app on their cell phones… more »