By: | Published September 13, 2017
Many athletes associate weight and appearance with performance, putting them at high risk for unhealthy weight management practices. Sports such as wrestling, youth football and rowing use weight classifications to ensure healthy, safe and fair competition. With sports such as distance running, dance and gymnastics, …
Posted in Athletic TrainingHealth & Wellness | Tagged athletic training, nutrition
By: | Published September 11, 2017
High school athletes who participate in more than one sport may be less prone to lower extremity and other injuries according to a 2016 joint research study conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations and the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and …
Posted in Athletic TrainingInjury Prevention | Tagged athletic injury, athletic training, high school athletes
By: | Published August 25, 2017
With school starting and sports activities gearing up, it’s important for parents and student athletes to be aware of the symptoms of concussions and how to treat them. Here are some facts to keep in mind, should you suspect that a concussion has occurred: A concussion …
Posted in Athletic TrainingHealth & WellnessPhysical TherapySports | Tagged athletic training, brain inhury, brain injury rehab, concussion, physical therapy, sports injury, sports rehabilitation