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Two New Jersey Athletic Trainers Team Up to Save the Life of a Spectator

                On January 30, 2015, David Csillan, Head Athletic Trainer with Ewing High School and Tammy Osterhout, Assistant Athletic

Washington Twp. High School’s Tanya Dargusch Selected for Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award

Washington Township High School head athletic trainer Tanya Dargusch was chosen by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA) as

ATSNJ Student Members Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity

On Thursday, January 15th, four ATSNJ student members dedicated their time with Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County to help rebuild a h

ATSNJ Announces Corporate Partnership with IvyRehab

The Athletic Trainers’ Society of New Jersey is proud to announce a Corporate Partnership with IvyRehab!

Eric LeGrand to speak at ATSNJ Annual Conference

The ATSNJ is proud to announce that this year's Keynote Lecture at the Annual Conference on March 2nd will feature former Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand, Rutgers Team Physician Dr. Robert Monaco, and Rutgers Athletic Trainer David McCune.

In October 2010, Rutgers University football star, Eric LeGrand, sustained a spinal cord injury at his C3 and C4 vertebrae during a fourth quarter play at MetLife Stadium. While the initial prognosis was grim, Eric demonstrated his titan strength by shattering all expectations for his recovery and rehabilitation. However, recovery was not enough.

With close to six million Americans living with some form of paralysis, including 1.3 million spinal cord injuries, Eric harnessed the national spotlight he attracted from his injury to give back to the community and inspire those living with and impacted by paralysis to bELieve.

 

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How to Overcome Anxiety During Your Sports Injury Recovery

When sports result in a serious injury, athletes not only need to heal physically, but they often struggle to regain confidence.

Preventing Winter Youth Sports Injuries

Traumatic and overuse injuries are on the rise among young athletes.

Why Do Only Some People with Hereditary Heart Disease Experience Symptoms?

As many as 500,000 people in the United States have a heritable and potentially fatal heart disease called hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

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