Who Are Athletic Trainers?

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Healthy Habits to Maximize Your Chances of Playing College Sports

Amanda Muscatell 12 September 2017 It’s no secret that it’s hard to play college sports. Fewer than 7% of all high school athletes go on to play in college and even fewer go on to play in Division I 1. If you have the desire to play college sports and the requisite amount of ability, you can increase your chances … Continue reading Healthy Habits to Maximize Your Chances of Playing College Sports
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What to Look for When Dropping Your Kid Off at Football Tryouts

Amanda Muscatell 1 August 2017 Football tryouts are an especially dangerous time for athletes as the heat and sudden onset of intense physical activity causes the risk of many conditions, injuries and illnesses to skyrocket. If you find yourself dropping off your kid at middle or high school football tryouts over the coming weeks, look for these clues that let … Continue reading What to Look for When Dropping Your Kid Off at Football Tryouts
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5 Ways Athletic Trainers Protect their Athletes and High School Through Documentation

Amanda Muscatell 13 June 2017 One important but lesser-known way athletic trainers (ATs) keep their school and athletes safe is through careful documentation. By implementing (if necessary) and managing a standardized system for sports medicine documentation at your school, ATs are able to identify injury trends, provide the best medical care possible and protect the school from litigation. 1. Identifying … Continue reading 5 Ways Athletic Trainers Protect their Athletes and High School Through Documentation
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