Jan 17, 2022
Urine Protein Biomarkers Could Be Used To Diagnose Concussions

A concussion can be frustratingly hard to diagnose and track. The injury doesn't show up on routine brain scans, and there is no definitive diagnostic test. It's usually diagnosed based on symptoms, and, in athletes,... more »

Jan 13, 2022
Logan University Taps St. Louis Cardinals Team Physician to Head Up New ATC Master’s Program

Logan University has hired Brian Mahaffey, MD as the medical director for its brand-new Master’s in Athletic Training program, which prepares students to provide evidence-based, preventative, and rehabilitative care in many health care capacities. Dr. Mahaffey... more »

Jan 12, 2022
‘Tried & True’ Knee Cartilage Treatments Likely Yields the Best Results

Patients with compromised knee cartilage status and Kellgren-Lawrence grade 2 changes are good candidates for cartilage surgery, but surgeons need to proceed slowly and select the optimal treatment, a speaker said. “I think with cartilage,... more »

Jan 11, 2022
Study: Aquatic Exercise Better Than PT for Chronic Low Back Pain

A regular regimen of therapeutic aquatic exercise provides more relief for chronic low back pain sufferers than traditional physical therapy approaches, including electrical nerve stimulation, a study published last week by JAMA Network Open found. A... more »

Jan 6, 2022
UK Researchers & Orthopedic Surgeons Further ACL Injury Studies

Researchers at the University of Kentucky are working on three National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants, totaling over $8 million, to better understand one of the most common sports injuries among athletes — anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury. The... more »

Jan 5, 2022
Asian Mindfulness Practice, Wu-Wei, Shown to Boost Athletic Performance

When athletes experience the state of flow or are in the 'zone' they sometimes describe the feeling as one of effortlessness. Although their exertions may feel effortless, what their bodies achieve in terms of performance... more »

Jan 4, 2022
Study: No Ties Between Youth Football & Brain Issues

New research suggests that head trauma and concussions aren't linked to problems with memory, attention, processing speed, or behavior in 9- to 12-year-olds who play youth football for a few seasons. "It is reassuring that we... more »

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