Tim Moscicki

Loyola High School

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Head athletic trainer at Loyola High School in Los Angeles

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Loyola High School, an all-boys Catholic campus in downtown LA, is doing something unprecedented in high-school education: testing not just the athletes who play contact sports, but…

Advice for Athletes and Others: Watch Your Head!

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