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  • Athletic Trainer

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    intense competitiveness of all sports, it is a common experience. The demand for athletic trainers in 2017 is increasing significantly as participation in sports at all levels continues to grow. Certified athletic trainers are needed at many sporting events including little league baseball, high school football, and all kind of professional sports. Unfortunately, no matter someone's

  • Why I Want To Become An Athletic Trainer

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    high school to become an Athletic Trainer. The reason I want to become a trainer is to stay near the sports field because I wanted to be a professional athlete but I noticed that wasn’t going to work because I never had the time to stay in sports. I love playing and watching sports, I prefer helping with basketball players and track and field athletes but wherever I can pursue the career , I’m fine with it. Mark Gibson is a well known trainer. He is an Athletic Trainer for the United States and

  • The Responsibilities of Athletic Trainers

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    Athletic trainers have a variety of responsibilities included in their job description. They provide clinical diagnosis, rehabilitation therapy, and emergency care (CITE). Athletic trainers are often confused with personal trainers, because most people associate both careers with athletes. However, athletic trainers work in the field of physical medicine unlike personal trainers. For the most part, athletic trainers must have people skills and an overall enjoyment of helping others. Since they treat

  • Athletic Trainer Essay

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    careers I came across did not interest me at all. Until a friend came up with the idea of the career of athletic training. That is when I started my research and my interest grew greater. Athletic trainers help prevent and treat injuries for people of all ages. Athletic trainers try to prevent injuries by educating people on how to reduce their risk on getting injured. Another way Athletic trainers use to prevent injuries is by advising people on the proper use of equipment. The amount of money

  • Essay On Athletic Trainers

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    Career and College Research Paper Athletic trainers are important to every sports organization. Athletic trainers try to prevent, or rehab an injury. With a degree in athletic training there are a couple of different environments that I could work in. I chose this career because I love sports and being outside, two things athletic trainers must do regularly. It is important to understand the education or training requirements, skills, or talents needed, salary and benefits offered and the duties

  • Sports Medicine Physicians And Athletic Trainers Essay

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    “an increase in the recognition and reporting may be primarily responsible for the increase in incidence since 1997” (Minigh 42). With the increase in concussions in the sports world today, it is imperative that sports medicine physicians and athletic trainers have a standardized way to diagnose and treat traumatic brain injuries. Providers believe standardization is important because it will help teach upcoming physicians how to go about treating concussions generally, as well as giving patients an

  • Personal Statement : Athletic Trainer

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    profession that I am interested in is an Athletic Trainer. I have chosen this career because it is something that I have recently become passionate about within the last two years. I have never been the kind of person to struggle with weight, however after having my 3rd and last child, weight has become an issue. I mention my personal struggle to give insight on why I have chosen an Athletic Trainer. This profession’s main goal is physical fitness. As a trainer you become responsible for another person’s

  • Athletic Trainers and Exercise Physiologists

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    for athletic trainers deal. Athletic trainers specialize in preventing, diagnosing, and treating muscles and bone injuries and illnesses. Exercise physiologists develop fitness and exercise programs that help patients recover from diseases and improve cardiovascular, body composition, flexibility and overall health. An important point to note is that athletic trainers and exercise physiologists should not be confused with fitness trainers and instructors, including personal trainers. Athletic trainers

  • Different Environments Athletic Trainers Can Be Used

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    Recently I have investigated three different environments Athletic Trainers can be used in the were interesting to me. The first one I looked into was “PRORehab” a clinical outreach program that specializes in rehab of musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses. As an Athletic Trainer in this facility, they work with pediatric geriatric, workmen’s comp, and athletes mostly. Depending on the time of year, their schedules are usually Monday-Friday with some Saturday’s, some local school trips during the

  • Athletic Trainers ( Ats )

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    “Athletic Trainers (ATs) are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.” According to the caATe that is the definition of being an athletic trainer. The caATe is the organization responsible for the authorization of athletic training education program. Athletic trainers are multi-skilled, highly trained healthcare professionals. In

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