Missouri State University's Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) Graduate Program is accepting applications for fall 2018. The MSU MSAT points of distinctiveness are advanced clinical skills in orthopedic rehabilitation and athletic training leadership. If you are looking for a master’s program that is designed to acquire new knowledge, apply the knowledge learned, … [Read more...] about MSAT application and GA positions now open!
As part of ATC 340 Clinical Practicum III, third year athletic training students in the BSAT program practiced spine boarding a patient in the water and then transferring to the pool deck for treatment. The ATC 340 class focuses on reviewing emergency care skills for athletic trainers that are high risk but low incident. This means that they rarely happen in most athletic … [Read more...] about Water Spineboarding in ATC 340
Today was dry needle day with Katie Harman, ATC, DPT in the manual therapies class in the MSAT program. After an interesting discussion of theory and application each student was allowed to experience the process. Fun was had by all. … [Read more...] about Dry Needling in Manual Therapies Class
This week Mercy Springfield Athletic Trainers, Athletic Training Students, Emergency Medical Services, and Springfield Fire Department personnel came together for an annual emergency medical training in-service. Each year, this interprofessional group practices skills that may be needed during athletic events during these warm summer days or during high-risk sport … [Read more...] about Mercy Emergency Service Training
Recently Dr. W. David Carr traveled to Amman, Jordan, on behalf of the World Federation of Athletic Training and Therapy to teach an introductory course, a continuing education course, and make a research presentation. While in Jordan Dr. Carr was able to interact with Jordanian physiotherapists and sports therapists. … [Read more...] about Dr. Carr Travels to Amman, Jordan