"I love baseball and love being an athletic trainer, and I look forward to what I hope is many years working in professional baseball and continuing to grow as an athletic trainer every day". - Jeff Case What is Jeff Case up to now? He is currently working as a certified AT with the Mexican Pacific League for Winter League Baseball with the Yaquis de Obregon. This league … [Read more...] about Jeff Case, M.S., LAT, ATC
After graduating from MSU in 2012, Brett spent two years at the University of Missouri-Kansas City as a graduate assistant. He was then hired by Mosaic Life Care in St. Joseph, Missouri to work outreach at Excelsior Springs High School. In early 2018, Saint Luke's Health System bought the Mosaic System in North Kansas City, so now he is employed by Saint Luke's. Morton is … [Read more...] about Brett Morton, M.Ed., LAT, ATC
The date has been set for our Annual SMAT Scholarship Golf Tournament and SMAT Student Awards Ceremony. Mark your calendars and plan to attend. … [Read more...] about Annual SMAT Scholarship Golf Tournament and SMAT Student Awards Ceremony
4th year BSAT student, Kelby Kujawa, volunteered her time to to be a part of the annual Expanding Your Horizons science conference. She taught young 6th-8th grade girls about the profession of athletic training, as well as the skill set of wound cleaning. The participants learned about the physiology of inflammation and applied those wound cleaning skills on tomatoes. The … [Read more...] about Expanding Your Horizons Program Hosted by the McQueary College of Health and Human Services
Congratulations to 4th year BSAT student Kirstin Schwart who will be attending the International Sports Science Medical Conference in London this coming January. This conference focuses on the diagnosis, management and rehabilitation of injuries in elite upper extremity athletes. Kirstin had to complete an application and write an essay explaining why she wanted to attend the … [Read more...] about Congratulations to Kirstin Schwart on her decision to study abroad!