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ATI Sports Medicine Follows New Guidelines on Concussion Management

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ATI Sports Medicine: Adhering to Latest Guidelines on Concussion Management
This week, the American Academy of Neurology released new guidelines for managing concussions in athletes, with special attention being paid to high school age and younger athletes.
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Olympic Runner Gets Head Start | ATI Physical Therapy

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When Nick Willis moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan as a student athlete from New Zealand, he wanted to bring his skills and abilities to the next level. Nick was introduced to Pete Kitto, a physical therapist who specialized in training competitive runners. Pete was considered the "Running Guru," and would train those he felt who could run at the international level.
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Ethical Conscience - YouTube

A well thought rap video concerning ethics in physical therapy practice. This video should not be used without the consent of the authors. Any unauthorized u...
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MOST – Metro Orthopedics and Sports Medicine » Sports Injuries at the World Cup

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ATI Physical Therapy Research Department Publishes 9 Articles in 2013

ATI Physical Therapy Research Department Publishes 9 Articles in 2013 | Sports Ethics | Scoop.it
2013 was a remarkable year for ATI's Department of Research. Dr. Chris Stout and his colleagues at ATI Physical Therapy published nine peer reviewed articles in various medical journals.
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Go for physiotherapy before – not after – you get injured - Yahoo Singapore News (blog)

Go for physiotherapy before – not after – you get injured - Yahoo Singapore News (blog) | Sports Ethics | Scoop.it
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Go for physiotherapy before – not after – you get injured
Yahoo Singapore News (blog)
He added: “Professional sport athletes go for preventive physiotherapy. They don't ...

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Bryce Jameson's curator insight, January 10, 2014 1:07 AM

This talks about how physical therapy isn't just for when you get hurt, but for showing you great technique and preventing injuries. Its also for helping people work on parts of your body that are unbalanced and show weakness when pressure is put on it. I think that working on peoples balance and just working with people before they get injured is a great benefit to athletes everywhere. Physical therapy prevents injuries from happening and everyone should know that.