Continuing Education

Athletic training lessons: Advice for my younger self

I’m often asked what kind of advice I would give from my athletic training career. After much contemplation, here are the nine tips I can share… more »

Treat yourself

Going from the sidelines to being sidelined can be tough when athletic trainers suffer an injury. But as Ewing (N.J.) High School Athletic Trainer David Csillan discovered, it’s the perfect time to practice being a good patient… more »


Not Worth the Weight

It’s common for young football players to intentionally try to gain weight for their sport. However, according to a recent study, it may put them at risk for health problems later in life.

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Preventing Suicide

With a few proactive steps, athletic trainers can play a big role in preventing student-athlete suicide… more »

When AT Days Are Done

In June, Larry Cooper retired after 27 years as Head Athletic Trainer at Penn-Trafford High School in Harrison City, Pa. Here, he talks about adjusting to his new life and what he misses the most… more »

University of Barcelona researchers discover new ankle ligament

Researchers at the University of Barcelona have discovered a new ankle ligament which could help explain chronic pain after an ankle sprain… more »

Moving to a New Position

There’s a lot to think about when switching from one job to another. Taking a few simple, proactive steps can make the transition smoother for everyone involved… more »

In the Know: Prioritizing continuing education for strength coaches, ATs

Continuing education is necessary for athletic trainers & strength coaches. However, choosing the right avenue can make the process much more enjoyable… more »

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