Who is at risk for ACL injury? This new method can help determine who and it can be performed in a doctor’s office. Learn what’s involved.
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Concussions in sports are on the rise, prompting new strategies for diagnosis and prevention—information that is particularly useful for parents and coaches.
Dr. James Moriarity, Head Team Physician at the University of Notre Dame, speaks about the role of cogntive baseline testing in concussion management
VO2 Max testing is a good way to measure cardiac fitness, or the ability of the body to use and transport oxygen. Here’s more information.
Sudden cardiac death kills more than 3,000 young people each year, many of them athletes. Experts say a dual screening approach is best for detection of cardiac abnormalities in athletes.
Screening athletes for hidden heart problems may not help prevent sudden deaths, a new study from Israel finds. read full article
A new study shows that MRI can be used instead of MR arthrography when x-rays are not sufficient to diagnose a hip labral tear. Here are the details
In the past seven years, exertional sickling has killed nine young athletes aged 12 to 19. Learn more about this potentially fatal condition.
The league is turning to high-tech devices to both measure and mitigate pro football’s impact on players’ brains. Read all about it.
Learn why new research says that neuropsychological testing performed on concussed high school athletes leads to delay in their return to play