HeadSmart Labs, a Healy Ventures LLC company, has announced its official launch to advance research methods that will aid in the prevention of head and neck injuries sustained by athletes who wear helmets during collision sports.
The School of Health and Medical Sciences of Seton Hall University has established the Interprofessional Education in Health Sciences (CIEHS) and the Institute for Advanced Study of Rehabilitation and Sports Science (IASRSS).
Research presented at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine’s (AOSSM) Annual Meeting shows that college athletes experiencing in-season shoulder instability commonly return to play within one week of injury but develop recurrent instability in 63% of cases.
The Mayo Clinic has announced that it is making its video education medical grand rounds lectures and clinical presentations on recent developments in education, patient care, and research accessible to healthcare professionals in the new online medical professional video center.
John Lloyd, PhD, of Lloyd Industries, Inc, has announced new football helmet technology that aims to provide up to 50% more protection against football-related head injuries and concussions.
A new study shows that when walking for utilitarian purposes, such as shopping and appointments, older adults are at an increased risk of falling than when walking for recreation.
According to a study published online in Neurology, even mild traumatic brain injury may cause brain damage as well as thinking and memory problems.
A new study of adolescent female soccer players shows that this group may be experiencing injury rates notably higher than previously believed.
A new study published in JAMA reveals that a telephone-delivered intervention, which included automated symptom monitoring, produced clinically meaningful improvements in chronic musculoskeletal pain compared to usual care.
Research presented at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine’s (AOSSM) Annual Meeting revealed new data that identifies associated risk factors, common treatment options, and return to play for Little League Shoulder (LLS).