Art Horne is director of sports performance at Northeastern University, where he also serves as athletic trainer and strength coach for the men’s basketball team. Horne came to NU in July 2000, after graduating with a master’s degree in education from Boston University. He received his bachelor’s degree in athletic training and physical education from Canisius College. In addition to his work with collegiate teams, Horne continues to train former Northeastern basketball players as they continue their careers on the professional stage.
General pain in the front of the knee [called patellar tendonopathy] has become so closely associated with basketball that many athletes and coaches accept it as a normal consequence of training and playing. However, simple stretches and strengthening exercises, which...
June 14, 2011 | Art Horne