injury rehabilitation

Study: Racket Sports Worse on Knee Arthritis, Joint Degeneration

A recent study released by the Radiological Society of North American has found racket sports, like tennis, pickleball, and racquetball, are among the worst physical activities for your knees. This news is particularly alarming with... more »

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 »

4 Trends in Strength and Conditioning for 2021

The strength and conditioning business has always been about evolution. The primary goal of the field itself is to physically improve athletes and clients in some capacity. So, it only makes sense that exercises and... 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 »

Joint Cartilage Regeneration Could Replace Knee Replacement Surgery

A relatively new and innovative technique could do away with risky knee replacement surgeries and give athletes a shot at continuing to play. According to a recent story in The Washington Post, the technique regenerates... more »

Dallas Surgeons Weigh In on Dak Prescott Injury

The hearts of Dallas Cowboys fans collectively sank Sunday evening when franchise quarterback Dak Prescott left in the second half with a gruesome leg injury. The Pro Bowl quarterback was diagnosed with a dislocation and... more »

Recovering from a Back Injury

A back injury is not something to mess around with. Whether you're a student-athlete, professional player, or just a weekend warrior, suffering a back injury can be down-right debilitating. Surgery is always an option, depending... 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 »

Step by Step: The Rise of Motion Capture Technology Among Sports Healthcare Professionals

Motion capture technology — something usually associated with the studios and editing bays of Hollywood — is finding a comfortable home in the world of sports.  Typically, high-tech cameras capture the motion of a subject... more »

Managing Pain After Sports Medicine Surgery

A new study suggests athletes who underwent knee surgery and other various types of sports medicine procedures could deal with their pain without the use of opioids or a minimal dosage. The study, published in... more »

Bracing For Support: Highlighting the Transformation of Braces in Athletic Rehabilitation

On the second level of the Pro Football Hall of Fame museum, just a few steps below the research and preservation observation deck resides the Lamar Hunt Super Bowl gallery — home to relics from... 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 »

Virtual rehab presenting different challenges for strength training

Learning how to train an athlete during a pandemic isn’t exactly part of the process of becoming a strength and conditioning coach. Though that could change given what’s gone on in the United States 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 »

Controlling inflammation, reducing pain and increasing healing (sponsored)

Medical professionals at every level of sport are turning to advanced wound care products to simplify the process of healing athletes… more »

Twist & Turn: Managing a high ankle sprain

A 1-millimeter widening of the syndesmosis can put an athlete down with a high ankle sprain. Here is a look at assessment and treatment options… more »

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