An affordable way to prevent an ankle injury is by...
If you were to suffer an MCL injury you would...
"Is that legal?"..... "Is that safe" The answers to both questions in tonight's Athletic Advantage.
In tonight's Athletic Advantage we spotlight how to handle lower back pain.
Neck and spine injuries are most common in collision sports such as football, ice hockey, and wrestling.
Many of our Athletic Advantage stories aim to help you prevent injuries, but tonight Tobin McDuff shows us what to expect if you suffer a broken arm or leg.
There are many tools and techniques to categorize concussions, but the question is when is the best time to implement these methods.
In contact sports, no matter how hard the sport's governing body tries, there is still going to be the risk of injury.
The annual Hotter 'n Hell Hundred is just over a week away and although it's too late to train for an endurance ride it's never too late to hop on a bike for exercise.
House bill #2038 also known as Natasha's law. Introduced in 2011. Took a huge step in the prevention and treatment of concussions in athletes attending public school here in Texas.
With temperatures consistently getting into the triple digits this time of year, doing anything outdoors can be tough.
There's an expression in sports that goes like this."over the course of a season...You're gonna end up with some bumps and bruises."
One of the biggest downsides to having shoulder surgery can be the days after you go under the knife, athletes usually spend this time laying in bed on some type of prescribed pain killer.
There's nothing quite like being a young athlete and lacing up that new pair of shoes for the first time.
How many times have you seen it? Athletes on the bench or the sideline or even in a lot of commercials these days, drinking Powerade or Gatorade or even one of those new energy drinks to get that extra little boost.
The elbow is one, if not the most important part of the body for overhead throwing and hitting athletes.
Two weeks ago we told you about how shoulder injuries can affect athletes in overhead throwing and hitting sports. Tonight we move down the arm to the elbow.
The hardest part about being an athlete that sustains a serious injury is making it back to full strength
With athletes always getting bigger and stronger, the level in of competition across all sports is always evolving and becoming more intense
In tonight's athletic advantage we lump figure skating, roller skating, in-line skating and skateboarding together with one fun word to say........
With modern technology advancing as far as it has in this day and age, it's hard to believe something as simplistic as ice and heat can be the most effective treatment for an injury.
Sports can be a great outlet for young children to expend some energy, to learn about teamwork, and stay fit all at the same time
Staying in tip- top shape is something every athlete strives to achieve. But staying healthy can sometimes be a challenge especially if said athlete has a medical condition like diabetes.
When you think about asthma what comes to your mind?
In sports preparation is always the key to success. This preparation can involve any number of things from practicing, to weight training, to eating right, or even simply getting enough sleep.
In this week's Athletic Advantage, Tobin McDuff introduces us to a pair of athletic training students at Midwestern State.
If you love tennis, this week's Athletic Advantage is for you.
In this week's Athletic Advantage, United Regional Athletic Trainer Jason Pirkey shows us what is in the bag that trainers carry to every sporting event they attend.
In this week's Athletic Advantage, Alex Zannes takes a look how to avoid and how to treat muscle strains.
One of the most common injuries sustained in both contact and non-contact sports is a simple wrist sprain.
A FOOSH injury is an injury caused from Falling-On-Outstretched-Hand. Although we discussed the circumstances of cheerleaders receiving FOOSH injuries in our last Athletic Advantage segment, it is not only cheerleaders who receive such an injury.