How UNC aids its athletes through potentially career-ending injuries

To aid UNC athletes in the grieving process that coincides with career-ending injuries and retirement, the University offers services that work to help athletes’ physical and mental health. Mario Ciocca is UNC's Director of Sports Medicine and the primary care physician for baseball, football, and men’s soccer. Athletes consult with him for medical evaluation. (Daily Tar Heel)

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How UNC aids its athletes through potentially career-ending injuries

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