Archive for May 2019

Becoming an AT in a Non-Traditional Setting by BranDee Gentile, MS, LAT, ATC

Athletic trainers (ATs) have been practicing in various clinical settings for decades; however, the majority of those settings are focused around orthopedics and sports medicine, which makes complete sense. A main focus of an AT’s education is orthopedic evaluation, diagnosis, and rehabilitation making it natural for ATs to lean towards a position within an orthopedic…

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