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Melinda Larson, head athletic trainer, and associate professor in the School of Health Sciences at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington, has spent two of the previous four summers with Athletes in Action’s Sports Performance Department serving as an instructor during the AIA sponsored sports performance conferences in Guatemala. Her time in Guatemala has helped open
In the middle of the knee joint lie a pair of connective bands, the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments. These are the most important stabilizers of the knee; they are exceedingly significant particularly in people who are physically active because they tether the femur and tibia. Their grip on the bones prevent [Read More
The 2nd Annual Meeting Chapel will be held at the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine’s annual meeting in Sand Diego on Sunday, April 21st at 7:00 AM. The chapel will be held in the Madeline A-D Ballroom at the Manchester Grand Hyatt. Bob Mason of The Medical Strategic Network will be the featured Speaker.
Longtime volunteer and leader in the Christian Sports Medicine Association (CSMA), Kathy Malone Sparks, MA, ATC was inducted into the Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ Hall of Champions earlier this year. Throughout her career, Sparks has used the platform her athletic training career has given her by serving athletes from high school to the WNBA and encouraging other
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