Jan 29, 2015
The Sports Performance Team: Integrating all Disciplines to Maximize Injury Treatment and Promote Optimal Performance

Jeff Allen, M.Ed. ATC, Assistant Athletic Director & Head Football Athletic Trainer, University of Alabama

Michelle Martin Diltz SCCC, CSCS, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, University of Alabama

Amy Bragg, RD, CSSD, LD, Director of Performance Nutrition, University of Alabama

Thursday, June 26–8:15 to 10:15 a.m

Indianapolis Convention Center, Room 109

Gatorade is excited to announce that this year at NATA Annual Convention, the first class sports performance team from University of Alabama will be joining us for a unique education session that you won’t want to miss. An efficient sports performance team is critical in today’s fast-paced athletic environment and can significantly impact the department’s success.

Members of the University of Alabama athletic training, nutrition and strength and conditioning staffs will discuss the integrated model they use to prevent and treat injuries and promote optimal performance, specifically covering clinical issues such as concussions, post-op concerns, athlete evaluation and performance/recovery. This interactive panel is designed to give athletic trainers practical information on methods they can use with nutritionists and strength and conditioning staffs to maximize the treatment and rehabilitation process.

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