January 29, 2015
Along with the educational sessions, panel discussions, NATA Hall of Fame induction ceremony, and keynote address, you may want to check out some of the career development events or minicourses, too. You'll also want to make sure you don't miss the trade show floor in the exhibit hall. It's a hub of activity where you can learn about the newest sports medicine products, form relationships with vendors, and catch up with us at T&C. Our team has been attending trade shows for many years, and we've learned how to get the most from these events. Here are a few tips:
January 29, 2015
Transitioning into a professional role can be a challenge, and the nature of athletic trainers' jobs can make a steep learning curve. On Saturday, Sharon Rogers, PhD, LAT, ATC, Associate Professor at East Carolina University, will be presenting, "Transition to Practice Models for Newly Certified Athletic Trainers: Supportive Novice Clinicians in Common Employment Settings."
January 29, 2015
Sprained ankles may be a common injury, but treatment options continue to evolve. On Friday, those interested in keeping their treatment options updated will want to check out "Patient Outcomes: Treating Ankle Injuries using the Mulligan Concept of Mobilization with Movement," presented by James May, MS, ATC, Director of Athletic Training Services at Lynchburg College. In the following Q&A, May offers an overview of the presentation: T&C: What will be covered in your presentation?
January 29, 2015
On Thursday, attendees will want to check out "Exertional Rhabdomyoysis: Considerations for Athletic Trainers," presented by Michelle Cleary, PhD, ATC, CSCS, Associate Professor at Chapman University. Cleary will discuss exertional rhabdomyolysis, more commonly referred to as "rhabdo," and how it affects the physically active population, including individuals with sickle cell trait (SCT).
January 29, 2015
Anyone looking to hone new techniques will want to check out, "Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization: Its role in sports rehabilitation & athletic performance," a hands-on session that will be held on Wednesday. It will be lead by Clare Frank, PT, Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Sports & Spine Rehab Fellowship; Eitan Gelber, MS, ATC, CSCS, Stanford University Senior Associate Director of Athletic Training; Scott Anderson, MA, ATC, Stanford University Director of Athletic Training; and David Kurihara, DPT, Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Sports & Spine Rehab Fellowship.
January 29, 2015
With attractions ranging from the world-famous car racing track to zip-line courses and historic tours, Indianapolis has something for everyone. This is your chance to check out the NCAA Hall of Champions, located in White River State Park or to play a round of golf at the speedway. If you're interested in the nightlife, Indianapolis has venues to suit anyone's taste. And don't forget to take advantage of the city's several parks and cultural attractions.

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