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ABBS State of the Society

What a dull year 2020 has been. Nothing unusual. We all wish that were the case, but of course Covid-19 turned our world upside down. I hope you and your family are doing well this holiday season. Here’s wishing for a better year in 2021 for us all. The purpose of this email is to […]

Role of Lumbo-pelvic Control in Pitching

By: Hillary Plummer, PhD, ATC It is no secret that elbow injuries have become exceedingly prevalent in baseball pitchers. Specifically, ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) tears continue to increase. UCL injuries that require reconstruction result in significant time-loss from baseball participation and rates of return to competition range from 68% to 94%.1-6 Despite increased awareness in […]

Tips for Choosing a Graduate Biomechanics Program

By: Hillary Plummer, PhD, ATC During the Inaugural ABBS Virtual Conference we had a panel discuss baseball biomechanics in academia. This topic proved to be extremely popular and many students had questions for the panel. Choosing a graduate school can be a stressful endeavor for students looking to jumpstart a career in baseball biomechanics. Baseball […]


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