Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC) recognize, evaluate, and immediately care for and aid in the prevention of athletic injuries. They help to rehabilitate and recondition athletic injuries and are an essential component in the professional development of athletes, such as preparing athletes for practice or competition, including taping, bandaging, and bracing. Clients can include athletes of all ages, from novice to professional levels. Since ATC’s are respected members of the allied health community, many work in clinical, industrial, and hospital settings. My interest lies in pursuing employment in athletic settings, including middle or high school, college, recreational sports arenas, and eventually the professional levels. ATC’s work closely with other members of the allied health team including physicians, occupational therapists, physical therapists, massage therapists, chiropractors, and nutritionists. To be successful in this field, good social and communication skills, as well as a strong desire to help people, are essential, which are all traits I possess. In a survey, I took in acquiring the research…show more content… ATC’s that work for professional teams may earn up to $150,00 annually. Career opportunities for ATC’s is very good. It is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2020, due to the demand for health care and employees turn to on-site help to prevent injuries and provide immediate treatment for any injuries that do happen. The licensure requirements and increased legislation has led to ATC’s being accepted as qualified health providers by the American Medical Association, as ATC’s usually work under the direction of physicians and provide immediate care for injuries. Some of the other occupations that are related to ATC’s are recreational therapists, occupational therapists, respiratory therapists, physician assistants, and registered
Athletes with their injuries. It can help Professional players with their injuries. It can help others with the ideal things people don't know about and how to fix them. With Sports Medicine it takes many years of college, certain requirements to be certified, have to know how to treat the injuries. Sports Medicine is a easy and difficult subject to learn about. There are many ways for to get your degree in Sport Medicine. First there is college and you have to find the right schools that have the program…
are interested in athletics may wonder about becoming a sports counselor. Entry-level sports counseling generally involve working with children in school and after-school programs. Advanced sports counseling actually involves sports psychology, which is a very distinct field that promises academically inclined students a fast-paced career in the world of sports.
What is Sports Psychology?
Sports psychology is an applied field that studies how psychological factors affect athletic performance and how…
The use of smokeless tobacco or as it is most commonly referred to chew weed. This is becoming a serious problem among NCAA collegiate baseball players in the United States. The governing body of collegiate athletics in the United States is the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and this organization needs to take action on this problem immediately. Champ that substance use among college baseball players is rising at alarming rates. Many collegiate baseball players are not…
malnourished solders gain weight and improve performance, but most stereotypically used to increase and enhance muscle mass and physical strength in sports such as body building, wrestling, football, and baseball, because of this many high school athletic programs have caught their athletes using anabolic steroids since then.
It all started during the 1950s when a physician named John Ziegler, who is considered to be the father of anabolic steroids in the U.S., travelled to Vienna with the American/York…
CONTENTS: CASE STUDIES
CASE STUDY 1
Midsouth Chamber of Commerce (A): The Role of the Operating Manager in
CASE STUDY I-1
IMT Custom Machine Company, Inc.: Selection of an Information Technology
CASE STUDY I-2
VoIP2.biz, Inc.: Deciding on the Next Steps for a VoIP Supplier
CASE STUDY I-3
The VoIP Adoption at Butler University
CASE STUDY I-4
Supporting Mobile Health Clinics: The Children’s Health Fund of New York City
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