In the AT Room

Athletic Trainer Using VR Technology To Help Student-Athletes Rehab

Being an athletic trainer in 2022 and beyond means doing more than just taping ankles and packing ice bags. One athletic trainer is taking that idea to the next level by incorporating virtual reality (VR)... more »

NFL Op-Ed: More Diversity in Sports Medicine Can Improve Athletes’ Health

As the National Football League begins another exciting season, players are once again relying on their club medical staffs to provide medical care and advice to stay healthy throughout the season. A recent op-ed post... more »

Former NC State Athlete Files Lawsuit, Claims Sexual Abuse

A former N.C. State soccer player has filed a federal lawsuit against the university claiming that the Director of Sports Medicine sexually abused athletes. The former student-athlete is suing North Carolina State University and Chancellor... more »

LHU Athletic Training Students Complete Bucknell Externship

As part of Greg Zappala’s final semester with Lock Haven University’s (LHU) Master of Science degree in athletic training, he completed his full-immersion internship with Bucknell University’s sports medicine and athletic training staff. This experience... more »

Michael Chesterfield — Running Towards the Problem

Michael Chesterfield was on a boat during his honeymoon when a woman in attendance collapsed from a seizure.  “What do you do? You run to it. That’s what I did. It was the way I... more »

April Johnson — Making A Difference At Every Stop

As an athletic trainer, April Johnson has been all over the country, but she feels most at home when helping others be healthy and safe.  “My philosophy has always been to find a place that... more »

Seton Hall Launches New Health Sciences Degree

Beginning with the fall 2022 semester, Seton Hall University will welcome incoming freshmen to its new Bachelor of Science in Interprofessional Health Sciences (B.S. in IPHS) program. Enrollment for the upcoming school year remains open to graduating... more »

Cincinnati Bengals Hire Summers as Head ATC

The Bengals hired Matt Summers as the team's new director of sports medicine and head athletic trainer. Summers replaces Paul Sparling, who is retiring after 30 years in the role. Summers joins the Bengals after... more »

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