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Athletic training is health care in work, life and sport.

Athletic Trainers are health care professionals who are licensed or otherwise regulated to work with athletes and physically active people to prevent, diagnose and treat injuries and other emergency, acute and chronic medical conditions including cardiac abnormalities and heat stroke. Specify where necessary to distinguish from personal trainers, who focus primarily on fitness. (AP) 

 


 

 

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Journal of Athletic Training Thematic Issue - National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance Program, 2014–2015 Through 2018–2019

Journal of Athletic Training releases a special themed issue with a focus on the National Collegiate Athletic Association Surveillance Program -- the largest ongoing collegiate sports injury database in the world. This report provides an operational update of the NCAA Injury Surveillance Program (NCAA ISP) during the academic years 2014–2015 through 2018–2019.

 

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