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National Athletic Trainers? Association (NATA) joins Inclusive Fitness Coalition

3-02-2007
     
Contacts:  Robin Waxenberg 
212-489-8006
rwaxenberg@nyc.rr.com 
Ellen Satlof, NATA
214-637-6282, ext. 159

Seven tips for high-school sport safety from the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA)

1-05-2007
     
Contacts:  Robin Waxenberg 
212-489-8006
rwaxenberg@nyc.rr.com 
Ellen Satlof, NATA
214-637-6282, ext. 159

NATA Inducts Certified Athletic Trainer Richard Ray into the NATA Hall of Fame During 57th Annual Meeting in Atlanta

6-01-2006
     
Contacts:  Robin Waxenberg 
212-489-8006
rwaxenberg@nyc.rr.com 
Ellen Satlof, NATA
214-637-6282, ext. 159

NATA Welcomes Brian Conway to Board of Directors

6-01-2006
     
Contacts:  Robin Waxenberg 
212-489-8006
rwaxenberg@nyc.rr.com 
Ellen Satlof, NATA
214-637-6282, ext. 159

NATA Presents Timely health Care Research at 57th Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia in Atlanta

6-15-2006

Contacts: Robin Waxenberg 212-489-8006 rwaxenberg@nyc.rr.com Ellen Satlof, NATA 214-637-6282, ext. 159 ellen@nata.org NATIONAL ATHLETIC TRAINERS’ ASSOCIATION (NATA) PRESENTS TIMELY HEALTH CARE RESEARCH AT 57TH ANNUAL MEETING AND CLINICAL SYMPOSIA IN ATLANTA The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) will present new and timely research during its annual meeting at the Georgia World Congress Center June 15-18, 2006. Highlighted below are topics of noteworthy interest to be presented during the week.

Recommended Guidelines on How to Prepare for and Manage Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) During High School and College Athletic Practices and Competitions

6-14-2006

Contacts: Robin Waxenberg 212-489-8006 rwaxenberg@nyc.rr.com Ellen Satlof, NATA 214-637-6282, ext. 159 ellen@nata.org ATLANTA, June 14, 2006 – Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) affects over 400,000 people annually in the United States and is the leading cause of death in young athletes.1, 2 Until now, many health-related organizations have had guidelines on managing SCA during athletic practices and competitions. However these guidelines have not directly linked emergency planning and SCA management in athletics.

National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) Statement Regarding Therapy-Incident to Services and OIG Report on "Physical Therapy Billed by Physicians"

5-15-2006

Contact: Robin Waxenberg - (212) 489-8006 rwaxenberg@nyc.rr.com Ellen Satlof - (214) 637-6282, ext. 159 ellen@nata.org DALLAS, May 15 – The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) today commended the HHS Office of Inspector General (OIG) for its on-going efforts to ensure that all therapy services, whether provided in a physician’s office or other setting, meet the requisite Medicare standards for payment.

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