As part of the Kohl’s Take a Minute for Kids campaign, Dr. David Geier, Director of the MUSC Sports Medicine Program, offers advice on when kids should start playing sports, lifting weights and how to prevent sports-related injuries.
Listen to Dr. Geier’s tips and learn how you can help support your kids . . . → Read More: Kids & Sports: Tips for Parents
“Drop and give me 20!” We’ve all heard this at some point from a personal trainer, PE teacher or coach. While push-ups can sometimes feel like a punishment, they’re one of the best exercises out there. No equipment is necessary (just you!), they can be modified to any skill level, and they can help improve daily . . . → Read More: The Push Up and Up Challenge
“I have worked out with personal trainer before, so what more can I learn from an athletic trainer and what’s the difference anyways?”
This is a question the MUSC Sports Medicine team often gets. March is Athletic Training month and the MUSC Sports Medicine team will be answering this questions as well as sharing information and tips . . . → Read More: The Difference Between Athletic Trainers and Personal Trainers
We all know that youth sports are a great way for kids to stay active, make friends, and achieve a healthy lifestyle. However, it is important as parents, coaches, and health care providers to ensure that our kids stay competitive and healthy. You might be asking yourself, “What is the best way to keep kids competitive . . . → Read More: Keep your kids competitive and in the game with free Sports Safety Seminar at the Joe!