- “Injuries Are The Result Of Coaching Incompetence.” Radio CaptainU Interviews Raymond Verheijen, Dutch soccer coach.
- The “Ten Percent” Rule For Runners: Fact or Fiction?
- The Heat Is Still On. Pay Close Watch For Heat Illness In Football
- Everyone’s Sore This Week. Is That OK?
- Establish a Preseason “Chain Of Command” About Youth Sports Injuries
- Cathy on Building A Winner On Field and Off. Radio CaptainU Interviews Northwestern University Head Football Coach Pat Fitzgerald
- sujoy on Predictors Of Elite Performance In Endurance Athletes?
- Artificial Grass San Diego on Do We Really See More Injuries On Artificial Turf Compared To Natural Grass?
- Marina on Don’t Skip The Preparticipation Physical Exam
- shayne on USA Hockey’s Development Model Forges A New Pathway
- Heat Illness
- In the News
- Sideline Sports Doc Miscellaneous
- Sports Science
- Tips and Training
Monthly Archives: February 2012
By Dev K. Mishra, President, Sideline Sports Doc, LLC Any coach who works with teenage athletes knows they will have to deal with a lot of weirdness. Biologically and psychologically, children reach puberty earlier and adulthood later. That leaves a … Continue reading
By Dev K. Mishra, M.D., President, Sideline Sports Doc Today’s editorial is a post Valentine’s Day inspiration… There’s a concept in the selection of elite youth sports athletes referred to by various names: the Relative Age Effect, the January effect, … Continue reading
By Dev K. Mishra, M.D., President, Sideline Sports Doc “What’s the difference between discomfort and pain? And is it ok for me to keep playing if I just have a little bit?” Those are two of the most common questions … Continue reading
By Dev K. Mishra, M.D., President, Sideline Sports Doc A lot of attention in the sports media this week is focused on Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s injured ankle. It seems the betting line will move considerably once the fate … Continue reading