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    Football Athletic trainer can be on the side line but cannot get on the field unless called on by referees or during timeouts for water. Coach may take a player out and instruct to the side line and see athletic trainer. Athletic trainer must clear the athlete after an injury before they are able to go back into the game. Taken from IHSA, NATA guidelines and practices followed at Genoa-kingston high school and Hampshire high school Casts- all joint supports must be covered so as to not be used

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    I’m writing to tell you that I have finally made up my mind and chosen Athletic Training as my major here at UND. I realize this probably sounds crazy, but be assured in the fact that I’ve done my homework and this career looks promising for me. Before you freak out, let me tell you about everything I’ve learned about this profession so far. Athletic Trainers by definition specialize in the diagnosing and treating of muscle and bone injuries and illnesses. However, these individuals are responsible

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    Athletic trainers specialize in preventing, diagnosing, and treating muscle and bone injuries and illnesses. Athletic trainers need at least a bachelor's degree. Nearly all states require athletic trainers to have a license or certification; requirements vary by state. The median annual wage for athletic trainers was $44,670 in May 2015.Employment of athletic trainers is projected to grow 21 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations. As people become more aware of

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    Athletic Trainer Antonio G. Caserta American Military University Abstract Today’s sports medical teams have changed a lot compared to the better part of the 20th century. This is especially evident at the collegiate and professional level of sports. With this change has come the incorporation of several key medical team members, one being the athletic trainer (AT). I was an athlete in several sports from my youth through high school. Sports have led to my ongoing passion for fitness

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    year is with the King’s College Men’s soccer team. As an athletic training student, I hold a lot of responsibilities regarding the prevention, evaluation, diagnosis, management, and treatment of these student athletes. Most of my daily activities can be separated into three groups, the pre-practice, pre-game, during the activity, and post- practice and post-game.  Along with knowing human anatomy, other important characteristics of an athletic trainer are having good communication skills, learning

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    To me an Athletic Trainer is someone that graduates from college certified to provide help to people that are injured, right out of college. This major can be obtained in four years without and further education, however; must take classes to keep up with the ever growing medical field. The main thing I think of when I think about going into Athletic Training is working at a school with the schools sports teams, however; they also can work in physical therapy clinics, hospital settings, nursing homes

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    Athletic training was founded in the early 1950’s. At first there were only a few members centered mostly in colleges and universities. Today, athletic training has grown to 22,700 certified and student members’ worldwide. For a student to become certified they must first get a four-year college education with a bachelor’s degree. After that they have to volunteer at a clinic or hospital and gain hands on experience, some students work for their perspective universities. Then they must also pass

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    ATHLETIC TRAINING The era of athletic training began in the United States in the year of 1881. At that time the term "Athletic trainer" referred to a professional who took care of athletes. Athletic trainers helped the athletes to recover from injuries such that they can contribute more to the game; athletic trainers are not only helpful after the injury as they also help the athletes to prevent them from any injuries or disabilities. Since in today’s world every sport is getting tougher and tougher

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    Athletic Training History

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    for a general athletic trainer in the beginning but over time the field gained more and more credibility and in the 1930’s a group of athletic trainers came together to try and form an organization (Evolution of Athletic). This organization was designed to share different practices from different areas of the world and nation. Though shortly after the beginning of World War II the organization fell apart with the enlistment of many men into the army to serve (Evolution of Athletic). After the war

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    curiosity and gain a broad understanding of athletic training, I chose to interview my boss, Pete Stevens. Pete is employed by Physiotherapy Associates, a nationwide corporation that specializes in physical/occupational therapy, athletic training, and fitness/sports training. He has worked there for three years. He is currently the Head

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