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 •  December 8

The California Physical Therapy Association has released a statement pointing out potential flaws in Assembly Bill 1510 regarding the regulation of athletic training licensure. The bill, which was introduced in February, seeks to standardize the licensing process and to remove certain limitations governing treatment and care by athletic...

Athletic Business

 •  December 7

AthleticBusiness.com has partnered with LexisNexis to bring you this content. Copyright 2017 The Post and Courier All Rights Reserved Minutes into a college basketball game, a player collapses. If not for the quick action of the team's athletic trainer and nearby paramedics, he would have died. Ty Solomon started the game Saturday for South...

Athletic Business

 •  November 22

AthleticBusiness.com has partnered with LexisNexis to bring you this content. Copyright 2017 Independent Publishing Company All Rights Reserved A Hanna High School basketball player collapsed and apparently went into cardiac arrest at a game Monday evening but was revived by an athletic trainer who used a defibrillator, according to school...

Athletic Business

 •  November 20

Source: National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) Results Published in Journal of Athletic Training “Concussion education for officials is important,” says lead author Emily Kroshus, ScD, MPH, assistant professor, University of Washington, Department of Pediatrics. “When officials are more aware of concussion symptoms, they are more confident...

Athletic Business

 •  November 8

AthleticBusiness.com has partnered with LexisNexis to bring you this content. Copyright 2017 The Commercial Appeal, Inc. All Rights Reserved Construction will begin on the Memphis football team's new indoor practice facility in January, according to athletic director Tom Bowen. During a wide-ranging radio interview as part of the "Wolo and Peter...

Athletic Business

 •  November 8

University of New Mexico basketball coach Paul Weir is raising red flags with recent comments made to his players about how they report concussions. According to the NM Fishbowl, Weir recently told his players to be careful about how they report head injuries to physicians and trainers because the school now requires players with concussions to sit...

Athletic Business

 •  November 2

AthleticBusiness.com has partnered with LexisNexis to bring you this content. Copyright 2017 Chattanooga Publishing Company All Rights Reserved KNOXVILLE — Tennessee football coach Butch Jones said he has "absolutely no say" in decisions regarding whether injured athletes are allowed to continue playing. During his weekly Wednesday meeting with...

Athletic Business

 •  October 19

Source: Kahler Slater Facility Underwent $22 million Expansion and Renovation RIPON, Wis. – Ripon College in Ripon, Wisconsin will celebrate the grand opening of the Willmore Center – its newly expanded and renovated athletics, health and wellness facility – on Oct. 7. The facility received $22 million in upgrades, including a new field house and...

Athletic Business

 •  September 27

Source: National Athletic Trainers’ Association The National Athletic Trainers’ Association announces a new study, "The Epidemiology of Overuse Conditions in Youth Football and High School Football Players," just released online first and ahead of print in the Journal of Athletic Training. The journal is NATA’s scientific publication. According to...

Athletic Business

 •  September 18

Source: SyncThink The University’s athletics program will utilize the device to enhance its in-game concussion protocol and return-to-practice/play decisions Palo Alto, CA — August 30, 2017 — SyncThink, a leader in neuro-technology, today announces that The University of Texas athletics sports medicine staff will employ EYE-SYNC technology to the...