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.