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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Challenged at Capitol Hill Press Briefing for Promoting Compromised Quality of Patient Care

Representatives From Coalition to Preserve Patient Access to Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Services Urge Congress to Overturn Revised In-Office Therapy Rule for Medicare Patients

National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) attributes rise in certified athletic trainers' salaries to their cost-effectiveness in workplace and athletic environments

ATHLETIC ENVIRONMENTS New Survey Results Find Athletic Trainers’ Salaries Have Increased in Most Employment Settings

AAOS and NATA host "Life Cycle of the Athlete" News Conference

AAOS and NATA host "Life Cycle of the Athlete" news conference ? Top health care experts address key topics relating to physical challenges facing athletes and active people throughout various life stages. Click here to view complete news release "Life Cycle of the Athlete? news conference

Recognition, Prevention & Management of Asthma in Athletics

Tips Offered on How to Help Athletes Recognize, Prevent and Manage Asthma in Athletics

NATA's Becker-Doyle Elected to ASAE Board of Directors

WASHINGTON, DC - Eve Becker-Doyle, CAE, executive director of National Athletic Trainers' Association Inc. (NATA), Dallas, TX, has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), where she will help shape the agenda and direction of the 85-year-old society moving forward. Becker-Doyle, who will serve a three-year term, was sworn in along with the rest of the ASAE Board of Directors at the ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership Annual Meeting & Exposition in Nashville, TN, August 13-16, 2005.

NATA/American Football Coaches Association Task Force Encourages Rule Change Spearing in Collegiate Football

National Collegiate Athletic Association to Change Rule in Time for New Season

NATA, NCAA, to Host Summit on Sudden Cardiac Deaths

Dallas, July 29, 2005 – NATA, in conjunction with the NCAA, will host a summit on commotio cordis, a syndrome caused by blunt, non-penetrating chest blows that leads to cardiac arrest and often death. The summit begins at 7:30 a.m. central time, Monday, August 1, 2005, at the NCAA national office in Indianapolis. The summit will assess the prevalence and risk of commotio cordis among student-athletes, as well as its etiology and practical prevention strategies.

Collegiate Baseball Athletes are Less Likely to Initiate Smokeless Tobacco Use with Proven Intervention Program

National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) and Other Organizations Seek Methods to Decrease its Use and Reduce Adverse Heath Effects

National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) Offeres Heat Illness Prevention Tips for Youth Football Players

Organization Suggests Additional Summer Health & Safety Tips for Active People of All Ages

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