You don’t have to be an elite athlete to be at risk for torn tendons, and rates of injury seem to be on the rise.
Sports Medicine & Fitness
Children with cerebral palsy, spina bifida and other special needs spent a day swimming, biking, and walking or running — in true triathlon
Speaking from Pyeongchang, a Michigan Medicine physical therapist explains the benefit of trainers when starting (or boosting) athletic
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Spring has sprung and so has baseball season. One athletic trainer offers easy tips to remember when your student athlete heads back to the diamond.