Accredited-Programs

ARIZONA
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A.T. Still University

Tamara C. Valovich McLeod, PhD, ATC, FNATA

Professor and Director, Athletic Training Program

John P. Wood, D.O., Endowed Chair for Sports Medicine

5850 E. Still Circle
Mesa, AZ  85206

(PH) 480-219-6035

(FX) 480-219-6100

tmcleod@atsu.edu

Athletic Training Program

  • Advanced knowledge and clinical practice skills in physical examination and diagnosis, orthopaedic rehabilitation, and pediatric athletic training

  • The provision of patient-centered whole person healthcare services emphasizing evidence-based clinical practice, clinical outcomes assessment , and healthcare informatics

  • Professionalism as a healthcare provider with knowledge of key healthcare dynamics in the United States and advanced knowledge and skills in athletic training leadership, administration, and management
     
Continuing Accreditation Spring 2014
HAWAII
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University of Hawaii at Manoa

Cris Stickley, PhD, ATC, CSCS

Post-Professional Graduate Athletic Training Program

Department of Kinesiology & Rehabilitation Science

1337 Lower Campus Rd
Honolulu, HI  96822

Phone: (808) 956-3798

cstickle@hawaii.edu

Athletic Training Program

 

  • Development of scholarly practitioners in the area of exercise physiology as it applies to athletic training clinical practice.

  • Preparation of practitioners with a solid foundation in anatomic principles as it applies to athletic training clinical practice.

  • Preparation for careers in athletic training academia

 

Initial Accreditation 2014-2015
ILLINOIS
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Illinois State University

Kevin Laudner, PhD, ATC

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program School of Kinesiology and Recreation

Campus Box 5120

Normal, IL 61790

Phone: 309-438-5197

Fax: 309-438-5559

klaudne@ilstu.edu

Athletic Training Program

  • Manual therapy in the areas of advanced joint mobilizations, Graston technique, muscle energy techniques, myofascial release, and trigger point therapy

  • Biomechanical principles and skills as each relates to the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of various orthopedic pathologies

 

Initial Accreditation Spring 2014
INDIANA
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Indiana State University

Lindsey E. Eberman PhD, ATC

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

Department of Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation

Sycamore Center for Wellness and Applied Medicine, Room 257
567 N 5th Street

Terre Haute, IN 47809

Phone: 812-237-7694

Lindsey.Eberman@indstate.edu

Athletic Training Program

  • Athletic Training Education and Leadership - Students will explore evidence, discuss methods, and practice skills resulting in leadership through the education of patients, students, peers, collaborators, and supervisors.
  • Integrative Health Care - Students will explore evidence, discuss methods, and practice skills resulting in a comprehensive, whole-body approach to the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of injuries and illnesses of the physically active.
  • Clinical Outcomes Research - Students will explore evidence, discuss methods, and practice skills resulting in the ability to contribute to the professional body of knowledge through the assessment of clinical practices.

 
Continuing Accreditation 2019-2020

Indiana University

John W. Schrader, PhD, ATC

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

Dept. of Kinesiology

Bloomington, IN 47405

Phone: (812) 855-4509

Fax: (812) 855-1810

schrade@indiana.edu

Athletic Training Program

 

  • Management of soft tissue injuries through manual skills

  • Research in the area of lower extremity problems
Continuing Accreditation 2012-2013
KENTUCKY
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University of Kentucky

Carl Mattacola, PhD, ATC, FNATA

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

Division of Athletic Training
College of Health Sciences
Wethington Building, Room 210E
900 South Limestone
Lexington, KY 40536-0200
Phone: (859) 323-1100 Ext 80860
Fax: (859) 323-6003
carlmat@uky.edu
Athletic Training Program

 

  • Advanced instruction and experiences in neuromuscular anatomy, pathology, and mechanics with an emphasis on evidence-based practice in the evaluation and rehabilitation of the physically active

  • Advanced instruction and experiences in scientific inquiry with a focus on evidence-based practice

 

Initial Accreditation Spring 2013
MICHIGAN
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Michigan State University     

John W. Powell, PhD, ATC, FAAKPE    

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

Kinesiology and Sports Medicine

105 IM Sports Circle Building

East Lansing, MI  48824-1049

Phone: (517) 432-5018

Fax: (517) 353-2944

Powellj4@ath.msu.edu

Athletic Training Program

 

  • Application of Manual Evaluation and Management Techniques in Athletic Training

  • Professional Preparation of Athletic Training Educators

  • Interdisciplinary Research Experiences
Continuing Accreditation Spring 2014

Western Michigan University

Michael G. Miller, EdD, ATC, CSCS

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

Department of HPER

Student Recreation Center

1903 West Michigan Avenue

Kalamazoo, MI 49008

Phone: (269) 387-2728

Fax:  (269) 387-2704

michael.g.miller@wmich.edu

Athletic Training Program

  • Coursework within the athletic training major emphasizes human performance and conditioning, with emphasis in aquatic therapy and strength and conditioning

  • Participate in a two year clinical placement that enhances skills and techniques, increase confidence and leadership, promote autonomy and refine communication skills with athletes, coaches, administrators and peers.

  • Have opportunities to volunteer with community sporting events, including several professional affiliations, to enhance clinical experiences and network other allied-health medical professionals
Continuing Accreditation Spring 2014
NORTH CAROLINA
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University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

William E. Prentice, PhD, ATC, PT, FNATA

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

Dept. of Exercise and Sport Science

214 Fetzer Gym

Chapel Hill, NC 27599

Phone: (919) 962-5174

Fax: (919) 962-0489

prentice@email.unc.edu

Athletic Training Program

 

  • Provide a challenging and demanding educational & clinical experience allowing students to enhance their clinical skills in musculoskeletal assessment, manual therapy, and functional progressive rehabilitation.

  • Provide a rigorous research experience oriented toward prevention of musculoskeletal injury and management of sport-related concussion.

  • Provide a teaching experience that allows the students to develop their skills as an educator in both the clinical setting and the classroom setting.

Continuing Accreditation Fall 2013
OHIO
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Ohio University

Chad Starkey, PhD, ATC, LAT, FNATA

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

School of Recreation and Sport Sciences

E170 Grover Center

Athens, OH  45701
Fax: (740) 593-0284

Phone: (740)593-1217
starkeyc@ohio.edu

Athletic Training Program

 

  • Rural health care

  • Evidence based practice

  • Sports injury epidemiology

  • Musculoskeletal injury and neuromuscular function

  • Athletic training education issues

  • Advancement of the athletic training profession

Initial Accreditation Spring 2013
OREGON

University of Oregon

Sierra Dawson, PhD, ATC

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

Department of Human Physiology

131 Esslinger Hall

1240 University of Oregon

Eugene, OR 97403

Phone: (541) 346-1040

Fax: (541) 346-2841

sdawson@uoregon.edu

Athletic Training Program

 

  • Leadership

  • Active-Learning and Student-Centered Teaching

  • Advanced Clinical Skills

 

Continuing Accreditation Fall 2011
PENNSYLVANIA

California University of Pennsylvania

Thomas F. West, PhD, ATC

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

Department of Health Science

250 University Avenue

California, PA  15419

Phone: (724) 938-5933

Fax: (724) 938-4342

west_t@calu.edu

Athletic Training Program

 

  • Performance enhancement

  • Conducting and applying athletic training research

  • Leadership and professional development

  • Cadaver anatomy

 

Continuing Accreditation 2011-2012

Temple University

Ryan Tierney, PhD, ATC

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

018 Pearson Hall

Philadelphia, PA 19122

Phone: (215) 204-4001

Fax: (215) 204-4414

rtierney@temple.edu

Athletic Training Program

 

  • Brain injury prevention

  • Evidence-based medicine

  • Neuropsychological influences on motor control system

 

Continuing Accreditation Spring 2014
VIRGINIA

Old Dominion University

Bonnie Van Lunen, PhD, ATC

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

Department of Human Movement Sciences

2003B Student Recreation Center

Norfolk, VA 23529

Phone: (757) 683-3516

Fax: (757) 683-4270

bvanlune@odu.edu

Athletic Training Program

 

  • Preparation of the Entry Level Educator

  • Lower Extremity Injury Management Strategies

  • Application of evidence-based concepts within clinical practice
Continuing Accreditation Spring 2015

University of Virginia

Jay Hertel, PhD, ATC, FACSM, FNATA

Post-Professional Athletic Training Program

PO Box 400407

210 Emmet Street, South

Charlottesville, VA 22904

Phone: (434) 243-8673

Fax: (434) 924-1389

jhertel@virginia.edu

Athletic Training Program

 

  • Therapeutic interventions

  • Neuromuscular aspects of injury and exercise

  • Evidence-based practice

  • Clinical research
Continuing Accreditation Fall 2013
 
 
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