Archive for the ‘Sports Medicine’ Category

  • Finding the Right Path: Professionalism & Ethics

    Jan 11, 13 • Sports MedicineNo Comments
    Finding the Right Path: Professionalism & Ethics

    Professionalism and ethics in athletic training (sports medicine) have received considerable attention in the literature over the past decade. Previously, ethics conversations have largely centered on cases that received extensive media coverage, such as…[Continue Reading...

  • Treating Chronic Ankle Sprains in Sports

    Jul 31, 12 • Sports MedicineNo Comments
    Treating Chronic Ankle Sprains in Sports

    Ankle sprains can become a chronic issue for various reasons including incomplete ligament healing, inadequate rehabilitation, and lack of ankle support. Chronic ankle instability is defined as an ankle that “gives way” frequently resulting in repeated ankle sprains…Read More...

  • Proper Hydration

    Apr 18, 12 • Sports MedicineNo Comments
    Proper Hydration

    Understanding the fundamentals of hydration can help sports health professionals protect their athletes’ safety while giving them the tools they need to perform at their best. Hydration is critical to every function in the body, especially during…Read More...