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  • Equestrian Sports Skull Caps: Why Use Them?

    Equestrian Sports Skull Caps: Why Use Them?

    As investigation into the frequency and threat of brain injury in sports increases and gains public attention, researchers have started to turn their attention to non-contact sports as well. Does the threat of neurodegenerative disease from traumatic brain injuries (TBI) exist in sports and activities where no physical contact or …Read More »
  • What is an Upper Body Injury?

    What is an Upper Body Injury?

    Click arrows in the bottom right corner to expand full screen Upper Body Injuries by Pro Stock Hockey, an online resource for authentic pro stock equipmentRead More »
  • 5 Things to Do When a Sports Season Ends

    5 Things to Do When a Sports Season Ends

    The conclusion of a sport season can bring with it a torrent of emotions for both parent and child. Relief, exhaustion, accomplishment, pride, disappointment and loss are all feelings that are and can be felt during this time. Exhaustion and relief may come from the constant go-go-go schedule of the …Read More »
  • A Case for Little League

    A Case for Little League

    We are living in a time where the digital realm plugs us in, instantly, into the world around us. Where social interactions know no borders or distance, but have also become impersonal and artificial at times. Schools are cutting physical education programs left and right, and the time spent outdoors …Read More »
  • Helmets Get Added Boost with Lacrosse Skull Caps

    Helmets Get Added Boost with Lacrosse Skull Caps

    It’s not hard to believe that wielding a metal stick that can hurl an unrelenting ball at significant speeds, all while wearing minimal padding can lead to injury in the popular sport of Lacrosse. While an exciting and addicting sport to watch, it is not without its risk of injury …Read More »
  • Baseball Skull Caps: A Home Run in Protection

    Baseball Skull Caps: A Home Run in Protection

    Baseball, America’s favorite pastime, is a game not without knuckle-biting innings that come down to the wire in high-intensity plays. Whether thrown from a pitcher at an average of 75 – 90 mph in youth sports (mid-90’s in professional leagues), or launched from the contact of a bat, sheer force …Read More »
  • How Hockey Skull Caps Can Increase Head Safety

    How Hockey Skull Caps Can Increase Head Safety

    According to Dr. Duma, head of the biomedical engineering department at Virginia Tech, after football, hockey is the highest producer of concussions in sports. With all of the increased attention to concussion watch in the NFL, it is no surprise that researchers have started to look to other sports to …Read More »
  • Football Head Protection Tips

    Football Head Protection Tips

    If you have been watching the new football season, you may have noticed the expediency and automaticity of concussion checks on the sidelines. With all of the concussion and head injury discussion flying around the NFL, and inevitably, down the chain to pee wee leagues, it is a refreshing site …Read More »