Youth Athletes

March 4 - Dental Avulsion

From the International Association of Dental Traumatology: 

March 3 - Hydration is Just as Important in Cold Weather

We are constantly reminded in the summer months and early fall to stay hydrated, but it’s easy to forget about hydrating when it’s cold o

March 2 - Pre-Participation Examinations

The state of New Jersey requires a physical exam annually for participation in scholastic athletics.The state mandated forms include a pe

March 1 - Better to Try and Prevent Ankle Injury Than Treat One

Ankle injuries, and more specifically lateral ankle sprains, are one of the most common injuries in athletics.

New Jersey Athletic Trainers Recognized with Prestigious National Awards

Each year Athletic Trainers from around the country and a variety of settings, gather for the National Athletic Tr

ColumbiaDoctors Sports Medicine - Live Webinar 7/12/2017

Columbia Sports Medicine Live Webinar – Register Today – July 12, 2017

The Athletic Trainer’s Society of New Jersey Holds 2nd Annual 5K Family Fun Run

The Athletic Trainer’s Society of New Jersey (ATSNJ) hosted the 2nd Annual 5K Family Fun Run with proceeds benefitting the Juvenile Diabe

March 31 - End of National Athletic Training Month

Today brings a close to athletic training month and the athletic training month tips of the day.

March 29 - Sports, Exercise, and the Benefits of Physical Activity for Individuals with Autism

With the diagnosis of autism on the rise at an alarming rate, more and more students diagnosed with this affliction are beginning to part

March 26- Overhead Athletes and Glenohumeral Internal Rotation Deficit (GIRD)

GIRD is found throwing athletes that includes baseball pitcher and football quarterback, but also in tennis and volleyball.

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