In the AT Room

Heather Arabitg’s love for the profession shines through her commitment

Since high school, Heather Arabitg knew she wanted to be a physical therapist. An avid soccer player at an all-girls high school, she was introduced to the idea of athletic training by her soccer coach. ... more »

Kansas ATC appears in court for child sex crimes

A Kansas county judge has reduced the bond for an athletic trainer charged with two counts of sexual exploitation of a child over the weekend. Christopher Poskey, a 39-year-old athletic trainer at Blue Valley Southwest... more »

5 facts about ATC in Special Warfare Training Wing

Across the country, athletic trainers are famous for wrapping ankles before games, rehabilitating sports-related injuries and running onto the field when a player hits the ground a little too hard. At the Special Warfare Training... more »

XFL athletic trainer dies at 22

An athletic trainer for the St. Louis BattleHawks and the D.C. Defenders of the XFL passed away last week. Ben Siegfried, 22, was a former college football player for Lebanon Valley College. A recent story... more »

Inside the Philadelphia Eagles Sports Performance Team

It takes a team effort to make it to the NFL's pinnacle. The Philadelphia Eagles know this more than most. But that team effort extends beyond the gridiron to the team's support staff —  like... more »

Athletic Trainers Play Pivotal Role in Cavaliers Success

Athletic trainers often get overlooked when thinking of the hierarchy of who's responsible for a team's success. But that doesn't mean they don't play a pivotal role in helping athletes achieve their dreams. Quite the... more »

Youngstown State Opens New Sports Medicine Center

In support of the overall student-athlete experience, the Youngstown State Department of Intercollegiate Athletics announced the creation of the Korandovich Family Sports Medicine Center in Beeghly Center. This newly-created 3,000-square-foot facility is designed to deliver... more »

Army ATC Saves Hockey Player’s Life after Inadvertent Neck Slash

When an Army hockey player had his neck slashed inadvertently during a hockey game against Sacred Heart, the Black Knights athletic trainer's quick actions saved a life in early January. Rachel Leahy, a second-year athletic... more »

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