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February Is Shaping Up to be a Super Sports Month

February Is Shaping Up to be a Super Sports Month

As aficionados are inspired to exercise, athletic trainers encourage safe steps to participation

New JAT Study is First to Focus on ACL Injuries Across Multiple HS Sports

New Journal of Athletic Training Study is the First of Its Kind to Focus on ACL
Injuries Across Multible Sports in High School

Authors Emphasize Prevention Techniques:
Findings Show ACL Injury is More Sport, Not Gender, Specific

Contacts:       
  Robin Waxenberg  

Best Bets for a Healthy Back

Best Bets for a Healthy Back

National Athletic Trainers’ Association Offers Tips To Improve Health, Reduce Pain

NATA Issues New Position Statement on the Management of Sport Concussion

NATA Issues New Position Statement on the
Management of Sport Concussion

Position statement advance released at 5th Youth Sports Safety Summit and to be
published in March Journal of Athletic Training

National Athletic Trainers' Association Convenes 5th Annual Youth Sports Safety Summit

National Athletic Trainers' Association Convenes
5th Annual Youth Sports Safety Summit

"Rethinking youth athlete safety and need for a culture change"

Contacts:       
  Robin Waxenberg   Ellen Satlof
 

Extensive Study on Concussions in Youth Sports Finds 'Culture of Resistance' for Self-Reporting Injury: NATA and NATA Foundation participated in and provided funding

Date: Oct. 30, 2013
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
Extensive Study on Concussions in Youth Sports Finds 'Culture of Resistance' for Self-Reporting Injury; Not Enough Evidence to Support Claim That Helmets Reduce Concussion Risk
 
 

Athletic Training History Book

Dropping the Bucket and Sponge: A History of Early Athletic Training has been published. It is available at http://athletictraininghistory.com/book.html.

ACM, National PTA, and NATA Support USA Football Heads Up Program

American College of Sports Medicine, National PTA
and NATA Officially Support USA Football's Heads Up Football Program

Leaders in sports medicine, children’s advocacy back USA Football’s Heads Up Football program, supported by NFL

NATA Releases Consensus Statement for Developing a Plan to Recognize and Refer Student Athletes with Psychological Concerns at the Collegiate Level

NATA Releases Consensus Statement for Developing a Plan
to Recognize and Refer Student Athletes with Psychological Concerns at the Collegiate Level

Medical experts outline executive summary recommendations

   

Contacts:       
  Robin Waxenberg  

NATA Issues Official Statement on Calling Crown of the Helmet Violations

National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Issues Official Statement
on Calling Crown of the Helmet Violations

Leading sports and health associations support recommendations
as preseason football practices and games begin

   

Contacts:       
 
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