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Why We've Been Dealing With Injuries Wrong for 4 Decades

1978 – a year in which average gas price was $0.63, Jimmy Carter was president of the United States, Kobe Bryant was born and Pete Rose hit his 3000th...

By: Todd Sabol

How This Cutting-Edge Technology is Making Pro and Collegiate Athletes Stronger and Faster

Strength and conditioning is an art. You can create the best training program in the world, but things don't always go as planned. No two athletes ...

By: Andy Haley

When Your Cramps Have Nothing to Do with Hydration or Electrolytes

When a cramp strikes during a game or practice, most people chalk it up to inadequate hydration or lack of electrolytes. That is often the case. A...

By: STACK Staff

Why Better Conditioned Athletes Have Fewer Injuries

Injuries happen in sports. Sometimes they're because an athlete's body is unprepared for intense athletic movements. Sometimes they're just bad lu...

By: Andy Haley

Leading Doctor Changes Tune, Says You Shouldn't Ice Injuries or for Recovery

R.I.C.E., which stands for Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation, has been a go-to treatment for sports injuries and muscle soreness for decades. B...

By: Maddy Lucier

Latest Videos in Sports Medicine

The Restock Cleveland

NFL Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden teamed up with longtime friends Anthony Ho and Damier David to bring a reputable sneaker store to downtown Cleveland.

Jason McVeigh on Recovering From Knee Surgery

University of Tennessee Head Athletic Trainer Jason McVeigh talks about the road to recover after surgery.

Allison Maurer Provides Guidelines for Proper Nutrition

University of Tennessee sports nutritionist Allison Maurer talks about helping athletes eat properly by giving them nutrition guidelines.

Allison Maurer on Eating Habits

University of Tennessee sports nutritionist Allison Maurer lays out a day’s worth of recommended eating.

Allison Maurer on the Importance of Breakfast and Lunch

Learn how eating properly during breakfast and lunch can boost your game all day long with tips from University of Tennessee sports nutritionist Allison Maurer.