Sports Medicine Tips

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Healthy Exercise Habits

Are you starting a new exercise routine? As the weather warms up, we know many people are looking to become more active. Make sure that the healthy habits you are trying to form are done in a safe, and consistent manner!

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Need for Sleep

Sleep is a vital part of health, especially for athletes who are trying to heal and recover from activity. This month's Sports Med Tip from Alex Salinas MS, AT, ATC discusses the need for sleep. 

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Healthy Exercise Habits

Are you starting a new exercise routine? As the weather warms up, we know many people are looking to become more active. Make sure that the healthy habits you are trying to form are done in a safe, and consistent manner!

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Return to Learn

A big hurdle in overcoming a concussion for student athletes is returning to normal school participation. Read our Latest Sports Med Tip from athletic trainer Steve Retan who discusses why a Return to Learn program is important for schools to have in place.

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Healthy Exercise Habits

Are you starting a new exercise routine? As the weather warms up, we know many people are looking to become more active. Make sure that the healthy habits you are trying to form are done in a safe, and consistent manner!

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The Shoulder Labrum

We all hear people talk about "injuring their labrum", but what does that actually mean? What is the labrum in the shoulder,  and how can we prevent it from being injured? Read our latest Sports Med Tip by ATC Anne Slater to learn more!

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Pitching Strength Exercises

While on the mound this season, incorporate these position specific, full body strength and stability exercises that will help improve your pitching performance and reduce your risk of injury.

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Shin Splints

It's that time of year again, when runners and track athletes hit the pavement. Along with running, we often hear of associated shin pain, commonly called shin splints. Read our latest Sports Med Tip by ATC Sadie Morway discussing ways to prevent and treat shin splints. 

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