News Releases

National Athletic Trainers’ Association Inducts Four Athletic Trainers into 2010 Hall of Fame

Contacts:               Robin Waxenberg               Ellen Satlof, NATA

National Athletic Trainers’ Association Welcomes New Board Members Paul Ullucci and Bart Peterson

Contacts:               Robin Waxenberg               Ellen Satlof, NATA

Dallas-Based National Athletic Trainers’ Association Names Two Associate Executive Directors

DALLAS, May 12, 2010 – The National Athletic Trainers’ Association has charged one new employee and one veteran department director to oversee administrative functions and further the 32,000 member association’s strategic initiatives. David Saddler joined the association in March as associate executive director of programs and services. Cate Brennan Lisak, CAE, was promoted to associate executive director of policy and advocacy.

NATA offers guidelines for parents to ensure a safe environment for youth athletes

Contact: Robin Waxenberg
212-489-8006
robin@robwax.com
Ellen Satlof, NATA
212-489-8006
robin@robwax.com


National Athletic Trainers’ Association offers guidelines for parents to ensure a safe environment for youth athletes

AAOS and NATA team up on PSA campaign to combat back pain

Contact: Robin Waxenberg
212-489-8006
robin@robwax.com


AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEONS (AAOS)
AND NATIONAL ATHLETIC TRAINERS’ ASSOCIATION (NATA)
TEAM UP ON PSA CAMPAIGN TO COMBAT BACK PAIN


Organizations offer tips to help reduce or avoid back pain

Setting our sites on our own “Olympic Gold”: The psychological effects of elite sports on individual sports participation

Contact: Robin Waxenberg
212-489-8006
robin@robwax.com
Ellen Satlof, NATA
212-489-8006
robin@robwax.com

SETTING OUR SIGHTS ON OUR OWN "OLYMPIC GOLD"
The Psychological Effects of Elite Sports on Individual Sports Participation

NATA Foundation Announces Endowment Effort to Support Concussion Research

CONTACT:   Rachael Oats
972-532-8816
rachaelo@nata.org
  Chris Clark (Xenith)
617-328-5285
cclark@xenith.com
   

Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board selects athletic trainer as the Scholar Grantee to Ireland in Spring 2010

Contact: Ellen Satlof                            
214-637-6282, ext.159

Understanding of youth sport-related injuries can reduce long-term health consequences

Contact: Ellen Satlof, NATA
214-637-6282, ext. 159
ellen@nata.org
Robin Waxenberg
212-489-8006
robin@robwax.com

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