January 29, 2015
OPTP's selection of functional tools and resources keep athletic trainers on the leading-edge of their profession. The company's affordable products complement rehab, core stability, balance, stretching, and taping techniques. What new products will you be introducing at the NATA convention? OPTP will be featuring the Rotational Trainer™, SportCord™, and Activ8r™. What special promotions will you be offering at your booth? Stop by our booth for a chance to win an OPTP Gift Certificate
January 29, 2015
American Public University offers quality, affordable online degree programs designed for sports and health sciences professionals, coaches, athletic directors, and working adults like you. What new products will you be introducing at the NATA Convention? Learn about American Public University's flexible, online degree programs for athletic trainers and working adults. What special promotions will you be offering at your booth?
January 29, 2015
Most everyone agrees that distracted driving is risky. In one of Thursday's Feature Presentations, "Brains and Sprains: What's the Connection," Charles Swanick, PhD, ATC, FNATA, Associate Professor in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology at the University of Delaware, will discuss how distraction and other mental factors can also add to injury risk in athletics.
January 29, 2015
On Tuesday afternoon, veteran and new athletic trainers can benefit from attending, "A Collaborative Approach to Back Injury Prevention in the Weight Room." Marisa Colston, PhD, ATC, Graduate Athletic Training Program Coordinator at University of Tennessee Chattanooga, will present this hour-long special topic discussion.
January 29, 2015
Concussion management is a continuing area of focus for athletic trainers. Those interested in learning more will want to attend, "What To Do When Rest Alone Does Not Work? Alternative Approaches to Concussion Management." Jason Mihalik, PhD, ATC, CAT(C), Assistant Professor in the University of North Carolina Department of Exercise and Sport Science, will lead this mini-course on Monday afternoon.
January 29, 2015
On Wednesday morning, athletic trainers who are interested in administration and education won't want to miss, "Maybe It's Time to Eliminate Dual Appointments in Athletic Training Education?" This special topic will be presented by Ryan Wilkinson, EdD, MS, ATC, CSCS, Clinical Assistant Professor in Kinesiology and the Director of Clinical Education Athletic Training Program at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

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