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Blisters & Infections

Fantasy Prognosis: For most blisters, the athletic training staff will have your player back on the field immediately, with down-time being one game at most. However, if the blister isn’t properly treated immediately, it can result in deeper infection, even MRSA (as happened with… 41 more words

Legs And Feet

A friend of a friend-Jeff Lahr-John Temple-July 29

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 for July 29, 2015. 735 more words

A Friend Of A Friend

Tackle The Heat

Down here in SEC country, like most other places in America, we love our sports. One sport in particular gets a lot of press, some good and some not so good. 661 more words


Type 1 Diabetic Athlete

By: Michael Mosciano, ATC

When the football player came to me during practice, I knew what was going on.  He had that look, I didn’t even ask, I just pulled out his blood glucose meter and gave it to him.  813 more words

CHKD Sports Medicine

#DONSTAKEBARCA - International Love

Over spring break this year, the USF Women’s Soccer team had the privilege of playing some of the top teams in Spain including top ranked FC Barcelona, Levant… 895 more words

Athletic Trainer

The DL on the TR

Where DL means down low and TR means Training Room.

As a collegiate athlete, I have naturally spent hours upon hours in my school’s Athletic Training Room. 1,243 more words


The Burn and the Bloat: Part 4: IgG get the test enjoy the GAINZ!

Back in January I wrote about food intolerance a.k.a. food sensitivities.  It has now been over six months of following the guidelines of my food intolerances and I wanted to give a report on what I have found. 2,115 more words