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  • 04/24/2014in NOCSAE News

    The Athlete Advocate

    April 23, 2014 Ivan Solotaroff SB Nation   It’s a lovely mid-March Miami evening as Ramogi Huma checks into the Intercontinental Hotel. While much of the country is still shoveling out a third month of snow, temperatures here are still in the mid-70s, the Bay of Biscayne’s white sand beach is only a block away,...
  • 04/24/2014in NOCSAE News

    What is wrong with the NHL’s concussion protocol?

    April 23, 2014 Steven Tzemis Sports Injury Alert   The concussion issue in sports is like a freight train that’s been picking up speed for years. All four major sports – MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL – have addressed the seriousness of head injuries.  It is no longer about “being tough” or just “getting your...
  • 04/24/2014in NOCSAE News

    Area trainers fill roles with high schools

    April 23, 2014 Viki Eierdam The Reflector   Although athletic training as a profession has been recognized by the American Medical Association for nearly 25 years, its popularity as a career path has been more recent due, in part, to high school and college athletics.   “Athletic trainers haven’t been well known for a lot...

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