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Health Sense: Finding Non-invasive Solutions for Injuries

In the last two decades, extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) — a non-invasive procedure with virtually no down-time after treatment, has proven effective in...

Team Physicians Critical to Athlete Care, Team Success

Athletes of all levels —from youth leagues to professional — benefit from the expert care offered by a team physician. According to the team...

Does Higher-Intensity Exercise Produce More Results?

Over time, running may produce greater weight loss than walking, especially in men and overweight women, according to research published in the official journal...

Time to Stop Prejudice Against Chinese Athletes

Since the opening of the London Olympic Games last week, a small number of Western media have indulged in making up stories about  China that...

Academy Offers New Bachelor’s Degree in Strength and Conditioning

The United States Sports Academy is now offering the only online bachelor’s degree in Strength and Conditioning that prepares students in all aspects of...

Is Running Bad For Your Knees?

An ongoing health question revolves around whether or not running is bad for a person’s knees.  It is no secret that for every pound...

Making the Case for Sports Medicine Informatics

(Editor’s Note.  This article addresses a perceived need in the area of sports medicine for digital software that can tailor electronic health records to...

Making the Case for Sports Medicine Informatics

Federal regulations as part of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 provide thirty (30) billion dollars of incentives in the form of...

Body Composition Devices Under Evaluation

Athletes are always looking for an edge when it comes to diet and training.  Technological advances over the past 25 years have led to...

Dureson Death Back in the News

This blog has run a number of stories over the past year or so about the growing realization in the sporting world about just...

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