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Preventing ACL Injuries in Young Female Athletes

The risk of ACL injuries in female, teenage athletes is up to six times higher than in male athletes of the same age, competing in the same sports. That's a pretty scary statistic for adolescent females, their families and coaches alike. The consequences of such an injury...

source: By Heidi Dawson
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NATA is now accepting proposals for the 2015 convention in St. Louis! There are three categories you can submit for educational programming: Clinical Evidence-Based Practice, Foundations of Evidence-Based Practice and Non-Patient Oriented. Proposal topics must fall within...

source: NATA

Join your fellow 2014 convention attendees as the WNBA's Indiana Fever take on basketball phenom Brittney Griner and the Phoenix Mercury on June 27 at 7 p.m. Tickets are being offered to convention attendees at a discount, with $3 from each ticket being given back to...

source: NATA

Get up close and personal with the six new NATA Hall of Fame inductees in our latest magazine. Find out how they felt when President Jim Thornton called them with the news, whom they credit for their success and what advice they have for young ATs. The May magazine also...

source: NATA

Josh Beaumont, MS, ATC, LAT, will be presenting "Special Considerations in the Care of the Soccer Athlete" at 11 a.m. CT on April 23. The webinar will cover many topics, including educating attendees on recognizing complex injuries that are common or unique to soccer and...

source: NATA

Registration for our convention is in full swing, and we have decided to sweeten the pot even more. Register anytime between now and June 4 and you will be entered into a prize drawing. We'll be giving away a different prize every week and have already given away a tour...

source: NATA

Q: A lot of exercise routines call for a cool-down at the end. Is this necessary? What for? A: "For a long time, the theory was that cooling down by continuing to exercise at a lower intensity would help the legs flush out lactate" and avoid soreness the next day, said...

source: The New York Times

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