Volume 1, No 20, 2-23-2017
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TREATING THE ATHLETE
Step Forward
A new meniscus replacement procedure is gaining traction, showing promising results and getting athletes back to activity without lasting knee pain.
STAFFING CHALLENGES
Partnership Raises Concerns
A Colorado school district is merging its sports medicine services with a local orthopedic center. Some athletic trainers in the district are worried about how they will be affected.
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TOOLS & MODALITIES
Right Tool for the Job
Heard about the potential benefits of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization and want to learn more? This article provides an overview of IASTM and how to apply it properly.
OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE
Run the Numbers
The data doesn’t lie. Greater Atlanta Christian School is showing that using sports science to track hydration, nutrition, and sleep at the high school level is not only possible, but ideal.
OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE
Using Hydrotherapy to Train Healthy Athletes
You may be familiar with the benefits of hydrotherapy for injury treatment and rehabilitation. But did you also know that water can be used for healthy athletes, too? Here's one reason to use this form of training.
LEADERSHIP
Helping Hands
Creating an athletic training student aide program or teaching a sports medicine class can leave a lasting impact on high school students. As Maria Hutsick explains, it can also have a profound affect on the athletic trainer.
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