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Youth Sports Injuries Reaching Epidemic Levels, Experts Report
Date:12/7/2010

een fighting the 'playing through pain' culture since as long as we've been in existence, since 1950, when the organization was founded," she said.

"It's the warrior mentality, and we see it every day in high school sports," added Robinson. In addition to coaches who want to win, student athletes often hesitate to report an injury, or want to return to play to please the coach, he said. That is why the presence of a health-care professional is critical, both Albohm and Robinson said.

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Here's more on high school sports injuries from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

SOURCES: Marjorie J. Albohm, M.S., ATC, president, National Athletic Trainers' Association; Brian Robinson, M.S., ATC, chair, secondary school committee, National Athletic Trainers Association, and head athletic trainer, Glenbrook South High School, Glenview, Ill.; Dec. 7, 2010, presentation, National Athletic Trainers' Association Conference, Washington, D.C.


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