5 Questions with Dr. Nicole Dorholt, DPT

Q:  What was your path to becoming a Physical Therapist, and why did you choose this career? A:  It’s funny how I ended up here.  I was living in Japan planning to return to the states and start college.  I was having a discussion with my Aunt who was visiting…

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5 Questions with Leander Walker, ATC

Leaner Walker talks about Athletic Training, athletic injuries, and recovery systems.

  Q:  What was your path to becoming an Athletic Trainer, and why did you choose this career? A:  I was a former three-sport athlete and came from a family that was consumed with athletics from coaching to playing.  I graduated from a high school that didn’t have an Athletic…

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Product Review by Ben Towne, MA, ATC

Ankle Wrap Soccer

We were flattered to have recently been reviewed by Certified Athletic Trainer Benjamin Towne on his blog, which you can find here. Below is his product review: By Benjamin Towne, MA, ATC Earlier this month, I was contacted to complete a product review for PowerPlay Portable Cold & Compression systems.  I replied…

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PowerPlay™ Partners with the National Booster Club Training Council

PowerPlay Knee Wrap

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: PowerPlay™, manufacturer and distributor of the most-cost-effective, portable cold and compression sports therapy system, is proud to announce its partnership with the National Booster Club Training Council, an organization dedicated to the growth and support of school booster clubs. PowerPlay will be working with NBCTC and its…

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The Evolution of Cold and Compression Therapy

PowerPlay Cold and Compression

By PowerPlay Guest Blogger Casey Paulk, ATC I am an Athletic Trainer, and have been practicing for almost nine years.  During my career I have been lucky enough to work at many different levels of sports.  From internships in professional baseball to small high schools and every level in between,…

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Recognizing A Value

PowerPlay Cold and Compression Kit

  By Pro Triathlete Jessica Meyers I was meeting with an athlete I coach and we were discussing power meters and different equipment.  He was trying to find the most cost effective option and finally I just told him that the fact is this is an expensive sport and you’re…

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When you know what not to do but you do it anyway…

Jessica Meyers PowerPlay

By PowerPlay Athlete, Jessica Meyers Most cyclists have heard the expression that there are two types of riders; the ones who have crashed and the ones who are waiting to crash.  I thought about how true this is and how you can take it a step further for endurance athletes;…

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Project 90: My Trainer

Running Feet

Coordinating groups present challenges. Individuals have different needs, backgrounds, and expectations. Group dynamics and group psychology play a role in reaching a desired outcome. Add coaching to a group and other issues must be addressed. It would be beneficial if everyone was in the same location. In Project 90 participants…

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Project 90: Halfway There

When I received the e-mail about the start of week 9, I couldn’t believe over half of Project 90 was complete.  Where did the time go?  I remember being excited to start the program.  I dreaded committing to 90 days.  That’s a long time!  However, the promise of preventing injury…

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Recovering From Lateral Epicondylitis, A.K.A. Tennis Elbow

Elbow injuries caused by cycling

The following blog post was the winning submission into our Sports Injury: What the Heck Happened to You Contest. By Dr. Nicole Dorholt It’s not traumatic, and it’s not glamorous, but lateral epicondylitis, a.k.a. tennis elbow, will keep you off your bike just as effectively as any other sports injury…

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