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 •  August 13

Anthony Queeley is ahead of the curve when it comes to his health. The increase in attention on chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, caused by concussions has given Queeley something to think about. Queeley, a Lake Nona wide receiver, is taking the initiative to learn about the brain disease that’s become a mainstream subject in football at...

Orlando Sentinel

 •  December 19, 2016

Keon Weiseos-magic-jazz-game Keon Weise has news for all you weekend warriors. In his fifth season as head athletic trainer for the Orlando Magic, on the staff since 2002, Weise is responsible for all aspects of the medical care of Magic players, including injury prevention and rehabilitation. When it comes to performance enhancement and training...

Orlando Sentinel

 •  April 29, 2016

Real Salt Lake v Orlando City SC Orlando City captain Kaká, right, is among the players who have battled injuries so far this season. (Alex Menendez / Getty Images) It's never easy to see your favorite player sidelined due to an injury. Orlando City fans have it better than many others in the league this week, though. While a handful of players...

Orlando Sentinel

 •  January 3, 2016

SMRxT, a company that makes smart pill bottles, is moving its headquarters to Orlando from New York, bringing with it 55 new jobs and making a $580,000 capital investment in the community, the state said last week.
"We are extremely pleased with our decision to move SMRxT Inc. to Orlando," said Mike Huffer, president and CEO of SMRxT, in a news...

Orlando Sentinel

 •  December 17, 2015

Just look around. On any given Sunday, a player who comes off the field a bit wobbly will likely go into a "concussion protocol" that was established in 2013. The league now uses an "eye in the sky" certified athletic trainer who watches the game and ...