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How far will you go to keep playing in the game while being injured.
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That Looked Like It Hurt: The 25 Worst Sports Injuries of the Last 50 Years

That Looked Like It Hurt: The 25 Worst Sports Injuries of the Last 50 Years | Sports Ethics, Injuries and Solutions | Scoop.it
Sometimes the camera just can't pan or tilt away fast enough to prevent viewers from seeing horrific injuries...
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Ex-Red Sox Trainer Mike Reinold Injected Players with Controversial Substance - Bleacher Report

Ex-Red Sox Trainer Mike Reinold Injected Players with Controversial Substance - Bleacher Report | Sports Ethics, Injuries and Solutions | Scoop.it
Bleacher Report Ex-Red Sox Trainer Mike Reinold Injected Players with Controversial Substance Bleacher Report Former Boston Red Sox athletic trainer Mike Reinold could be facing some major legal troubles including violating Massachusetts state law...
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Joshua Evans's curator insight, January 16, 2014 10:55 AM

There are so many ethical violations with this situation with Mr. Reinold. 

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David Ortiz on latest PED scandal: Baseball players ‘might be the dumbest athletes' -- plus, video | Boston Herald

David Ortiz on latest PED scandal: Baseball players ‘might be the dumbest athletes' -- plus, video | Boston Herald | Sports Ethics, Injuries and Solutions | Scoop.it
FORT MYERS -- At the risk of throwing stones while living in a glass house, David Ortiz weighed in today on baseball's latest scandal involving performance-enhancing drugs."When I first heard about that, I started saying that us as baseball...

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When doctors are being tempted to cheat, who will guard the guardians? - The Guardian

When doctors are being tempted to cheat, who will guard the guardians? - The Guardian | Sports Ethics, Injuries and Solutions | Scoop.it
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When doctors are being tempted to cheat, who will guard the guardians?
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Their principles are on one side of the balance, and their livelihoods on the other.
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Nike ad featuring Oscar Pistorius calling himself ‘the bullet in the chamber’ yanked from sprinter’s website after he’s charged in murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp 

Nike ad featuring Oscar Pistorius calling himself ‘the bullet in the chamber’ yanked from sprinter’s website after he’s charged in murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp  | Sports Ethics, Injuries and Solutions | Scoop.it
A Nike ad campaign that features Oscar Pistorius calling himself “the bullet in the chamber” has been yanked from the South African Olympian’s website after he was arrested and charged with murder in connection with his model girlfriend’s death...
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Repeal of the Medicare Cap on Outpatient Therapy and amendment for Physical Therapists to Opt Out of Medicare | Prana Physical Therapy

Repeal of the Medicare Cap on Outpatient Therapy and amendment for Physical Therapists to Opt Out of Medicare | Prana Physical Therapy | Sports Ethics, Injuries and Solutions | Scoop.it
Current issues affecting patients ability to access outpatient physical therapy treatment (RT @PelvicGuru1@PranaPT: How you contact reps about repeal of Medicare Cap & amendment for PTs to opt out of medicare
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Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan Discusses the Use of Toradol in the Red ...

Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan Discusses the Use of Toradol in the Red ... | Sports Ethics, Injuries and Solutions | Scoop.it
Sports lead baseball writer Jeff Passan spoke with D&C about the use of Toradol in the Red Sox clubhouse by former athletic trainer Mike Reinold. Passan says .... Has pretty epic credentialed doctors physical therapy.
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A Miami Clinic Supplies Drugs to Sports' Biggest Names

A Miami Clinic Supplies Drugs to Sports' Biggest Names | Sports Ethics, Injuries and Solutions | Scoop.it
Open the neat spreadsheet and scroll past the listing of local developers, prominent attorneys, and personal trainers.

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Kyle Hewitt's curator insight, February 16, 2013 2:21 PM

My personal ethics say no to performance enhancing drugs due to increaed risk of injuries. Yes it is job security but not the kind I want.

CLogan's comment, February 18, 2013 1:33 AM
Performance enhancing drugs are not fair to those who try to be ethically sound. using vitamins to help increase strength is one thing but pumping up before a game is another!
Nathan Riley's curator insight, January 19, 2014 11:10 PM

This article defines unprofessional ethics at its best considering for both party's were in violation considering that the athletes as well as the physician were involved in unprofessional ethics.

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Former Bearcats Standout Earns OHSAA Ethics and Integrity Award

Former Bearcats Standout Earns OHSAA Ethics and Integrity Award | Sports Ethics, Injuries and Solutions | Scoop.it
Former University of Cincinnati women's basketball standout Jolinda (Lewis) Miller has been named the recipient of the 2013 Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) Ethics & Integrity Award as voted on by the OHSAA Board of Directors.
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Losing points, as NY Red Bulls' Thierry Henry suggests, is the only way soccer teams will seriously deal with racist fans

Losing points, as NY Red Bulls' Thierry Henry suggests, is the only way soccer teams will seriously deal with racist fans | Sports Ethics, Injuries and Solutions | Scoop.it
Historically, European soccer leagues have been a breeding ground for racist chants and intolerant behavior. As Thierry Henry suggested last week, there is one sure way to rid the stadiums of such nastiness: punish the teams, not just the fans.
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