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Issue 3 Volume 8
August 2010
In This Issue
Overuse Injuries
Can We "Over-Coach?"
Proper Nutrition
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In this month's issue:
Dr. Matthew J. Matava has written a great article on the cause, diagnosis, treatment and avoidance of overuse injuries. Brian Gotta weighs in on the aspect of "over-coaching" in youth sports and Jodi Sheakley contributes an outstanding article which will make you a nutrition expert.

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Overuse InjuriesMatava
By Matthew J. Matava, MD

There are basically two types of injuries: acute injuries and overuse injuries. Acute injuries are usually the result of a single, traumatic event. Common examples include wrist fractures, ankle sprains, shoulder dislocations, and hamstring muscle strain. While overuse injuries are more common in sports than acute injuries, they are subtle and usually occur over time, making them challenging to diagnose and treat. Read Article

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Brian GottaCan We "Over-Coach" Young Players?
By Brian Gotta, President of CoachDeck

We've all heard complaints about coaches who don't do enough. ("He barely said a word all season! The kids didn't learn anything!") But is there a down side to coaches who coach too much? Is it possible that at the youth level we can do so much coaching we actually create an environment where players are not taught to think for themselves?
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Injury and Illness "Insurance" through Proper Nutrition

by Jodi Sheakley, MS, CFT

Student-athletes face additional challenges with back-to-school season, such as less sleep due to homework and extracurricular activities. So anytime we can introduce "two-for-one" deals that make their lives easier in any of their academics, sports, and other life arenas, we score a victory. A sound nutrition program helps provide that balance, since the same foods that contribute to your young athlete's athletic performance also build a healthy immune system - who wouldn't want that kind of win? Read more

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