Even though exertional heat stroke is extremely treatable, almost 1 in 3 clinicians report they decided against a written heat illness policy, and most clinicians have not adopted all available best practices.
Both cold and heat therapy applied within 1 hour of exercise decreases delayed onset muscle soreness during the first day after exercise. However, heat therapy may be ideal for reducing pain after the first day.
Athletic trainers in the collegiate and secondary school setting often report time-based work-family conflicts (e.g., missing family events for work). Athletic trainers who reported better social support perceived less work-family conflict.