Bound for St. Louis

Bound for St. Louis

Get advice from local athletic trainers and the St. Louis mayor so you can make the most of your trip to St. Louis for NATA 2015.

Registration for NATA2015 is now open!

Registration for NATA2015 is now open!

Early bird registration ends April 30. Register now for the best price!

Webinar: Brain-Based Learning

Webinar: Brain-Based Learning

Register now for this April 22 webinar about how brain-based learning can be used in AT classrooms.

May NATA News

May NATA News

Learn more about the newest Hall of Fame members and our Most Distinguished Athletic Trainers in the May NATA News.

Support AT Legislation

Support AT Legislation

NATA supported the introduction of three important pieces of AT-related legislation. Read about each bill and how you can support them on a grassroots level on NATA Now.

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