Youth Sports

Cherokee High School (NJ) Athletic Trainers Save a Life

Cherokee High School (Marlton, New Jersey) athletic trainers, Jeff Wood and Karen Hengst, rose to the challenge and used their profession

March 16 - Sprains, Strains and Contusions

How to Recognize and Prevent the Aches and Pains Most Common to Athletic PlayAthletes of all skill levels are bound to suffer some degree

March 15 - Sickle Cell

SICKLE CELL TRAIT AND THE ATHLETESickle Cell Trait is an inherited blood mutation that affects red blood cells that normally has no sympt

March 14 - Sun Safety

Helpful Tips to Stay Safe in the Sun! 

March 13 - March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Coaches, athletes and parents can play an active role in keeping their children injury-free.

March 12 - When to Replace Your Athletic Shoes

When athletic shoes should be replaced depends upon amount of usage, signs of wear and age of the shoe.

March 11 - Eating Disorders in Athletes

There are many demands on athletes; physical and mental. One of the most demanding is the physique.

AT Spotlight - Amanda Mackel

As part of National Athletic Training Month, the ATSNJ wanted to "spotlight" individuals within our membership who work in different sett

March 10 - Prevention of Overuse Injuries

Training errors are the most common cause of overuse injuries.

March 9 - Stretches for the Throwing Shoulder

Here are some suggested stretching exercises for throwing (baseball, softball, tennis, lacrosse, etc.) athletes: