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Pivot: How MOSH Athletic Trainers Stepped Up to the Front Lines of Coronavirus

As the Milwaukee Milkmen minor league baseball team announced they will play ball again in July, we’re thinking about athletic trainers. After the pause in academic, recreational, and…

7 Ways You Can Prevent Sports Injuries for Kids

Sooner than later, we will fully return to playing sports. In fact, some recreation leagues and schools are ramping up their programs now. Many kids have found ways…

Let’s Get Your Swing in Shape with Golf for Medical Fitness

Golf is more than just a game. For many, it’s a way of life. Sometimes, as a sport, it gets a bad rap with golfers enjoying the cocktail…

The #1 Sports Injury: Sprained Ankle

Nearly everyone will experience an ankle sprain sometime in their life. It is the single most common sports injury. The American Family Physician medical journal states, “Acute ankle…

How to Master Pain Management During Athletic Training

Pain is important. Nobody wants to experience it, but pain does have a purpose. Pain is the body’s way of communicating a potential problem or injury. Recently BBC…

Why Finding the Best Shoulder Exercises is Important

Shoulders are strong but vulnerable. The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine reports more than 1.4 million shoulder arthroscopies are performed worldwide each year. And Loyola University Health…

Advice from the Champs: The Milwaukee Wave

We are proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider of the Milwaukee Wave. We not only support the team, but also the team behind the team like…

Why Do I Feel Calf Pain After Running?

Almost all healthy, active people who participate in vigorous activity experience some sort of cramping or calf pain at some point. This cramping and numbness or tingling are…

A Parent’s Guide to Concussion

Believe it or not, but we’re almost half-way to the Super Bowl. The topic of concussion prevention has never before been in such a big public spotlight. But…