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Sickle Cell Disease/Trait And Athletics

By: Lauren Crockett, ATC

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a very common disease seen primarily in African Americans, individuals from Spanish speaking regions in the western hemisphere, Turkey, Greece, Saudi Arabia and India.  501 more words

CHKD Sports Medicine

Evidence Based Practice

This past weekend, January 9-12, was the 67th Annual Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association (EATA) Meeting and Clinical Symposium in Philadelphia, PA. A great addition to this year’s program was the opportunity for the attendees to listen to four… 346 more words

A friend of a friend-John Wooden and Tony Spino-January 11, 2015

One thing I have learned is that good friends have other good friends. This is a series of stories about friends of my friends.  The post below is the story on a friend of a friend for January 11, 2015. 559 more words

A Friend Of A Friend

Perseverance

In competitive athletics, raw numbers like height, weight, max bench press, and timed 40’s help scouts understand your athletic potential. However, there is a reason that scouts and coaches want to meet you and see you perform on film before offering a scholarship. 1,128 more words

Stadium Performance

Athletic Trainer saves a life- Lissa Little, Encore MSATC.

We would like to recognize and commend Lissa LittleMSATC at East and West Marion High School, for her quick response, lifesaving skills that kept a woman alive during a basketball tournament this past December. 37 more words

15 Reasons to Hire an Athletic Trainer

Sticking with the seemingly regular trend as we roll into 2015, I’m going to give you 15 reasons your school should hire an Athletic Trainer in the New Year… 198 more words

Athletic Training

College Athletic Trainer Sentenced for Child Porn

FREDERICK, Md. — A former head athletic trainer at Mount St. Mary’s University is going to jail for making and trading hidden-camera video of a 16-year-old girl. 161 more words

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