Therapy

Current Innovations with Stem Cells & Platelet-Rich Plasma

When it comes to innovative treatment options, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapy comes up a lot. But what is the level of understanding of these regenerative medicines among the average person? The goal... more »

Growing Pains: CBD Use by Athletes Slow Despite Mainstream Popularity

Recovery and pain management is a high profile concern for athletes at every level of their game. After a contest or hard workout, they need a way to bounce back from what ails them. Aside... more »

Current Trends: Supplementing Rehab with Aquatic Therapy

Every athlete wants the same thing: to spend more time working on his or her game and less time recovering. But the hard truth is that recovery is a pivotal piece of any athlete’s training... more »


The Role of V02 Max in Re-Conditioning Student-Athletes

{Sponsored} In the world of athletics, everything has changed in 2020. For those who are working toward the next level of their careers — either via transitioning to college or professional athletics — the uncertainty... more »

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 »

Why are more sports healthcare professionals seeing the light?

The use of light therapy for therapeutic purposes has been around for over 50 years. In 1967, Mester, et al. (1) reported on the effects of laser biostimulation for the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Since... more »

How the University of Montana uses aquatic therapy to treat and prevent injuries (sponsored)

The AquaFit has expanded the University of Montana’s ability to treat and prevent athletic injuries. Here’s how they’re doing it… more »


Unique Sports Medicine Facilities

There aren’t many places where the musculoskeletal, biomechanical, physiological, and neurocognitive needs of military personnel, athletes, women, and jockeys are addressed under the same roof. The Sports Medicine Research Institute (SMRI) at the University of Kentucky is one of them… more »

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