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Preventing ACL Injuries in Young Female Athletes

The risk of ACL injuries in female, teenage athletes is up to six times higher than in male athletes of the same age, competing in the same sports. That's a pretty scary statistic for adolescent females, their families and coaches alike. The consequences of such an injury...

source: By Heidi Dawson
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You still have a chance to register for convention and receive a discounted rate, but act soon! The final deadline to save is June 3. Register by then and you could save up to $75. Attendees who register after June 3 will have to pay the onsite price.

source: NATA

On May 11, a team of athletic trainers along with United States Naval Academy team physician Capt. Scott Pyne, MD, gathered at the Pentagon to present on traumatic brain injury in the military adolescent athlete. TBI was just one of the topics highlighted as part of a follow...

source: NATA

If you're planning on attending our convention and are looking to help and/or save a few bucks, we've got a great opportunity for you! All volunteers who work 10 hours or more are reimbursed for a portion of their registration fees. You can even work enough to reimburse...

source: NATA

Attendees at the convention in St. Louis will be able to observe a live demonstration of the Ulnar Collateral Ligament procedure, more famously known as Tommy John surgery. Details can be found at the NATA Now blog.

source: NATA

The NATA Committee on Practice Advancement has some exciting news for the performing arts edition of NATA Pre-Conference Workshop 2015! In years past, the workshop has been focused on dance medicine. This year, it will cover all participants involved in performing arts with...

source: NATA

Kevin Miller, PhD, AT, ATC, will be presenting "Myths and Misconceptions about Muscle Cramps" at 11 a.m. CT on May 27. This webinar will discuss five popular myths and misconceptions about exercise-associated muscle cramping: (1) dehydration causes EAMC; (2) drinking sports...

source: NATA

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