Sports Performance & Prevention Tips

No matter if you’re in the rink, on the field or down the court, all sports come with their own risks that can make athletes more prone to injury. Taking precautions can help reduce risk.

Check out our Sports Medicine injury prevention tips designed to keep young athletes in the game safely while performing at the highest level.

ACL Recovery - Getting Athletes Back in the Game

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is a major ligament located inside the knee and provides a large amount of stability to the joint. It’s often injured as a result of jumping and landing or pivoting and turning off balance.

A torn ACL can be a long, tough recovery. Here’s what Emily says was the secret to her ACL recovery success and the precautions every athlete should take to prevent re-injury.

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The Science of Swimming

Studies have shown that 90% of swimmers experience shoulder pain at some point. Here’s how to prevent one of the most common swimming injuries.

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Baseball Performance Training | Maximizing Player Potential

Nearly 75% of all baseball and softball players will experience arm pain. Watch to see how athletic trainers are analyzing throwing mechanics to help players improve technique and performance.

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How to Run Faster | Agility Training

Most coaches will tell you an elite athlete is an agile athlete. Here are three things you can do to enhance agility.

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How to Run Faster | The 3 P's of Speed

All athletes are capable of improving their speed and acceleration. Here are the first three steps to becoming physically faster.

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Play Strong | Using Exercise as Medicine

Exercise can serve as a great remedy for many mental and physical health problems. See how exercise can also work as a medicine.

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ACL Recovery | Getting Athletes Back in the Game

A torn ACL can be a long, tough recovery. Here’s what Emily says was the secret to her ACL recovery success and the precautions every athlete should take to prevent re-injury.