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NATA Inducts Four Into Hall of Fame
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During a ceremony last Thursday at the 61st NATA Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia, NATA inducted four athletic trainers into its Hall of Fame. The association honored Randy Biggerstaff, MS, ATC, LAT, Lynn Bott, MS, ATC, LAT, Frank Walters, PhD, ATC, and Keith Webster, MA, ATC, for more than three decades of service to the profession. Watch their induction videos here.  More



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NATA Announces Free Heat Illness Webinar
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NATA has announced a FREE summer webinar, "Heat Illnesses: Current Evidence-Based Medicine for the Medical Professional," scheduled at 11 a.m. CST on Aug. 18. Presenter Rebecca Stearns, MA, ATC, PES, will discuss basic heat illnesses, along with diagnosis, treatment and prevention tips. NATA's first two webinars, "Electrocardiography in PPEs" and "Key Components in the Acute Management of Cervical Spine-Injured Athletes," are already filling up. Registration allows for only 50 participants per webinar, so sign up soon.  More


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NATA Releases Skin Disease Prevention Guidelines
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With skin diseases accounting for more than half of all infectious diseases in sports, NATA has prepared a Position Statement with evidence-based prevention guidelines. Lead author Steve Zinder, Ph.D., ATC, and a panel of speakers addressed the media during the NATA Annual Meeting last week, driving home the need for education, awareness and prevention.  More


Deadline Extended for ATEC Proposals
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Less than two weeks remain to turn in proposals for the Athletic Training Educators' Conference. The deadline has been extended to July 9, and the event is Feb. 25-27, in Washington, D.C. Take part in "Creating a Culture of Evidence-Based Practice."  More




Be a Speaker in New Orleans
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It's never too early to plan ahead. Join us next year in New Orleans as a feature at the NATA Annual Meeting 2011, slated June 19-22. If you want to submit a proposal for educational programming in New Orleans, do it before the July 16, deadline.  More


Need Supplies or Equipment? Visit the ATM!
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Check out the Athletic Training Marketplace, brought to you by NATA and MultiView. This new feature is a searchable, sortable online directory that lets you find specific suppliers for your every need. Quickly identify which companies support the profession as NATA sponsors, and you'll have a wealth of information at your fingertips. Think of the ATM as your own presorted Google garden, full of businesses that offer the things you need in your professional life.  More


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Grassroots Star of the Week: Valerie Herzog, EdD, ATC, LAT
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Valerie Herzog, EdD, ATC, LAT, and her team worked tirelessly to collect letters of support for H.R. 1137 at the District Seven meeting. In addition to her district-wide efforts, Herzog leads the ATEP at Weber State University and has been successful involving her students in legislative efforts. What have you done lately to support athletic training legislation? Never underestimate the power of grassroots effort!  More


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ATs Make Rehabilitation a "Wii" Good Time
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The Wii is not just for playing games anymore. In fact, Montclair State University assistant athletic trainer Joseph Savoia, MS, ATC, and alumnus Jeff Basilicato, ATC, have found the Nintendo video game system to be a valuable and useful tool when it comes to injury rehabilitation.  More


Clinic Gives Runners 3D Insight Into Injuries
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A state-of-the-art technique developed by researchers at the University of Calgary is providing new insight into the root causes of running injuries. Using six cameras and the world's largest database of biomechanics, strength, flexibility and anatomical alignment, experts at the Running Injury Clinic give patients a three-dimensional report on their risk factors. More


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Schools Adopt Policy for Athletic Head Injuries
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The Sports Legacy Institution concussion clinic coincided with a Chicago-area school district's new protocol for dealing with student athletes suffering from a concussion or other head injury. As drafted by the athletic trainers of the district's six high schools, the guidelines are based on research in the study of degenerative brain conditions caused by sports-related brain trauma, including chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Developed by Dr. Robert Cantu, a neurosurgery professor at Boston University School of Medicine, the institute's concussion clinics are led by Christopher Nowinski, a former All-Ivy Harvard football player who retired as a wrestler with World Wrestling Entertainment after suffering a debilitating kick to the head — his fourth concussion in three years.  More


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Do Sport Bars and Gels Provide the Energy of Sports Drinks?
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According to a study published this spring in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, people who exercise for more than about two hours at a time can benefit from sports drinks. Most of us know that, of course. The carbohydrates in the drinks provide immediate fuel, which allows our bodies to avoid dipping into its own energy stores, meaning that, theoretically, you can exercise longer or more intensively before running out of fuel. But few people, in practice, can or will drink enough calories during a long workout to benefit significantly, the study authors suggest.  More




Goal! Ouch! How Boys' and Girls' Injuries Differ
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It's nearly impossible to tune into the World Cup and not cringe at the knocked heads and kicks to the chest. Concussions, knee injuries and ankle sprains are common in kids' soccer, too, though the sport is still safer than kids' football and rugby. What's more, girls and boys suffer different types of injuries. Girls are more prone to heat illness and concussions. And in a new study that has puzzled researchers, girls are more likely to tear a ligament on their supporting leg, whereas boys are more prone to injure their dominant leg.  More


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