Category: Sports Injuries

SPORTS SPECIALIZATIO Mar4th 2020

THE GOOD AND THE BAD OF SPORTS SPECIALIZATION

by Sasha Kolbeck, DPT Sports participation has the benefits of physical activity, developing physical skills, socialization, learning teamwork, self-regulation ability, leadership skills, self-esteem, building memories, and having fun. Beyond participation is sports specialization, which is year-round participation of intensive training of a single sport in exclusion of other sports. There has been an increase in

Dec27th 2019

AGGRESSIVE SPORTS INJURY MANAGEMENT

Original Article Published on Premax There’s one question that is on the top every athlete’s list when they sustain an injury – when can I play or race again? It’s a question that I usually answer with another question; when do you need to? Sometimes there’s an important event or competition coming up and it needs

Concussion-Rates-What-Sport-Has-The-Most-Concussions Jan7th 2019

CONCUSSION RATES: WHAT SPORT HAS THE MOST CONCUSSIONS?

Article Featured on Complete Concussion Management Concussion is a serious concern for all athletes, particularly for those involved in contact, high-speed or collision sports. These injuries have become a significant issue for certain sports. In fact, some contact sports, such as American or tackle football, are seeing a decline in registration and participation year over