There have been many focused clinical questions related to the recognition, rehabilitation, or prevention of sport-related injuries. However one area that tends to be overlooked is the well-being of the clinicians treating patients. One such area is burnout in athletic trainers.
All of the essential tools for treating those with low back maladies.
New research into fitness levels across the country has revealed Oxford to be the UK’s fittest city.
Grounded in solid science, Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training explains the basics of EBP and the research design methods that are so vital to its implementation.
A new study, Concussion in Sport, seeks to establish whether retired sportsmen and sportswomen have an increased incidence, or suffer an earlier onset, of neuro-degenerative disorders.
Designed for clinicians such as massage and manual therapists as well as fitness professionals, this webinar addresses some key questions relating to posture and postural change such as, can posture be changed and if so how?
Over the last decade, 16 players who have ranked in the top 50 have been repeatedly flagged to the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) over suspicions they have thrown matches.
Using fitness DVDs to work out at home may seem like a good way to get started on new exercise goals this year, but those DVDs may also include negative imagery and demotivating language.