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Severs Disease: Symptoms and Treatment Of Heel Pain In the Growing Athlete

While heel pain in a young athlete can have a number of causes, one of the most common causes of heel pain in growing athletes between the ages 10 and 15 is Severs Disease.

Preventing ACL Injuries In Female Athletes: Team Approach Worked

Working collaboratively, a team of physical therapists, strength and conditioning coaches, head coaches, and athletic trainers designed an ACL injury prevention program that has reduced the incidence of non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries among female athletes at the University of Pennsylvania, says the school's head athletic trainer, Eric Laudano, M.H.S., ATC.

Return to Play Criteria Designed To Minimize Risk of Re-Injury

Return to sports after an injury is a stepwise process, says Eric Laudano, M.H.S., ATC, head athletic trainer at the University of Pennsylvania, designed to minimize the chances of re-injury.

Role of Athletic Trainer Explained

Eric Laudano, head athletic trainer at the University of Pennsylvania, explains the role of an athletic trainer in preventing and treating sports injuries.

Overuse Injury: Too Much,Too Soon Causing Pain

Overuse injuries occur when an athlete does too much, too soon, causing pain, says Eric Laudano, head athletic trainer at the University of Pennsylvania.

Eye Safety in Sports

Here are some important tips parents need to know about preventing eye injuries and first-aid for eye injuries if they occur.

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