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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All states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. territories require physicians to
be licensed. Licensure requirements for both DOs and MDs include graduation
from an accredited medical school, completion of a licensing examination, and ...
Athletic trainers have long enjoyed a close working relationship with team
physicians. Early definitions of athletic training included language that specified
supervision by physicians. In all but four states (Maine, Florida, Arizona,
A majority of the referrals that a clinic will get for athletic therapy are through
physicians. It is essential that clinical owners meet with local physicians,
introducing themselves and their business and providing materials, including a
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Foreword by James R Andrews MD
Regulation of Athletic Training
Employment in the Clinical Setting
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Preparing for the Athletic Trainers' Certification Examination
Anteprima non disponibile - 2002
Athletic Training Exam Review: A Student Guide to Success
Lynn Van Ost,Karen Manfré,Karen Lew
Anteprima non disponibile - 2006