Athletic trainers (ATs) are highly skilled health care professionals who work with your organization to advise on and execute plans to address issues such as emergency and preventative care, environmental conditions, facility and equipment safety, and other sports- and job-related matters. ATs can help your school, business or community organization better oversee injury prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation.
Content for Physicians & Athletic Trainers
ASNJ Hall of Fame Member Dave Csillan Quoted in the article "NFL, College and High School Football Training Camps Combat Heat"
As football teams practice diligently for the long season ahead, they must first plan ways to beat t
Categories: Injury / Illness | Public Relations | PRWeb | Safety | Environmental Conditions (heat | cold | lighting) | Hydration
Sports teams at high schools with an athletic trainer on staff or available had fewer injuries -- pa
Categories: Injury / Illness | Brain Injury | Cardiac | Concussion | Dental Injury | Eye Injury | Musculoskeletal | Sickle Cell | Skin Infection / Lesions | Nutrition | Public Relations | PRWeb | Safety | Emergency Planning | Environmental Conditions (heat | cold | lighting) | Eye Protection | Hydration | Youth
Now available: Survey results of 152 licensed athletic trainers employed at New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) member schools.
Categories: NJ Athletic Training Law | Athletic Training | Injury / Illness | Cardiac | Public Relations | Safety | Emergency Planning | Youth