Clinical Athletic Training
Clinical Athletic Training by Jeff Konin, MEd, ATC, MPT, has been written to provide the athletic trainer with a well-rounded understanding of the non-traditional athletic training setting. The primary goal of this book is to prepare athletic trainers for clinical settings with relevant and practical information. The textbook has been carefully planned to meet the needs of today's student, while still serving as an excellent reference for those currently certified and practicing in clinical settings.
Here is what David Perrin, PhD, ATC of the University of Virginia says in the foreword of Clinical Athletic Training, edited by Jeff Konin, MEd, ATC, MPT plus 19 outstanding contributors. As these powerful words describe, this book will be an asset to all athletic training students.
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he National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) was founded in 1950 by a
group of 101 athletic trainers. ... The Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) is a highly
qualified health care professional educated to deal with health care problems of
In the state regulatory context, certification is less restrictive than licensure.
Certification does not restrict the use of a title, such as athletic trainer, to certain
individuals. However, it can restrict certain performance functions to only those ...
Name recognition is a problem, without question, for the certified athletic trainer.
Many years ago, athletic trainers were known as horse trainers. Now, many are
known as personal fitness trainers. Essentially, that leaves an individual with
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