October 2003 Vol. XIII, No. 7
All In the Family
The long-held tradition among athletic trainers to put work before family is starting to be questioned. This article offers solutions for balancing personal life with career in the athletic training profession.
By David Hill
Look, Listen, Log
You've developed a sound program. Your athletes are committed. You have the right equipment. But are you monitoring their daily progress effectively? Here's How.
By Vern Gambetta
Treating the Athlete
The Leading Edge
Using stainless steel instruments and a simple set of longitudinal movements, Graston Technique offers athletic trainers a new way to diagnose and treat soft tissue injuries.
By Dr. Stephen Perle
Is it Aide Appropriate?
Student aides can make an enormous contribution to your high school athletic training program. But exactly what to delegate and how to supervise them can raise questions.
By Kenny Berkowitz
Knowing the Score
To make your basketball athletes the best they can be, consider using the performance Index Evaluation, which scores hoops players on several different physical abilities.
By Ben Cook, Chip Sigmon, and Alan Tyson
Comeback Athlete Award
From Surgery to Staff Ace
Two potentially life-threatening incidents didn't stop Emory's Reed Harvey from landing the top spot on the Eagles' pitching staff.
New York Defines ATCs ... Eye Black ... Supplements
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