S.M.A.R.T. in the News

  • Water, Sports Drinks Top Tools in Trying To Hydrate
  • USF studying blows to head in football
  • It's no game: Head injuries in high school sports
  • Broken Bucs
  • Concussion Symptoms
  • SMART faculty discuss the lack of science behind titanium bands
  • There's plenty of danger in dancing
  • National Athletic Trainers Association honors USF Health faculty member
  • USF Health orthopedic faculty featured in new sports medicine textbooks
  • SMART & USF Health Pediatrics team up with familiar redhead to help kids
  • Tips For Cheerleading The SMART Way
  • The bigger they are, the harder they fall pdf
  • High Schools Try Teamwork to Put Trainers on Site
  • Education May Put Youth Injuries on Ice
  • Crisis Management Plan for Youth Sporting Events
  • XO Athletic Takes Swing at Sports Safety

     

  • Overdoing it? - The Sporting Kid Magazine pdf
  • Youth Athletes and Injuries, Is Your Youth Athlete Next
  • Olympian's Ordeals: Athletes Not Immune to Health Risks
  • Today's Drug Testing - Florida matters Radio Show
  • Lightning: The Uncontrollable in Sports Medicine
  • The State; Carrying a hefty amount of risk; Large young athletes face obesity problems after playing days end
  • A "SMART" Choice for Athletes - USF Oracle
  • USF is Training on-field Responders - St. Pete Times
  • The Picture of Success: Dr. Robert Pedowitz - Orthopedics
  • Orthopaedics Makes a Comeback at USF - American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
  • USF's Athletic Training Education Program First In Country to be Housed in an Orthopaedic Department - Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice
  • When a skateboarder goes splat from 45ft up - St. Pete Times
  • U.S. Masters swimmers up on speed, down on aging