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School of Education & Health Sciences

Department of Kinesiology

Athletic Training

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Undergraduate Admissions

(630) 637-5800

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Why choose athletic training at North Central College?

We do more than prepare you for a career niche; we provide you with an understanding of athletic training and its role in the rapidly changing health care system. Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education, our curriculum covers evidence-based practice, prevention, examination, acute care, therapeutic interventions and health care administration. You’ll have the chance to gain experience through our clinical education program, including rotations in our three fully equipped athletic training facilities and a variety of other settings. Upon graduation you will be eligible to take the Board of Certification exam.

You can also:

  • Join Cardinal Athletic Training Students, a student-led group.
  • Benefit from the guidance of upper-class mentors in the program.
  • Learn from an experienced faculty with vast and varied professional backgrounds.
  • Gain clinical experience in a competitive NCAA Division III athletic program, area high schools and clinics.
  • Attend local, state, regional and national symposiums.
  • Participate in undergraduate research with faculty.

More Department information

 

*The undergraduate athletic training program at North Central College is accredited by the Commission on Athletic Training Education (CAATE) through 2027-2028. The program will apply to the CAATE for a change in level of degree in response to the Strategic Alliance decision to elevate the entry level degree for athletic training to the master’s level. The institution has obtained Higher Learning Commission approval to offer a Master of Athletic Training degree. Therefore, North Central College will not be accepting students into the undergraduate athletic training program after the 2018-2019 academic year. The last undergraduate cohort is expected to graduate in May of 2022.

Students interested in pursuing the Master of Athletic Training degree should contact Dr. Kendall Selsky, Program Director for Athletic Training at klselsky@noctrl.edu for more information.

Athletic Training, B.A.

For additional programs and courses in this department, see Kinesiology.

Major Requirements

Requires 52.5 credit hours in KIN; students must complete a minimum of 121.5 total credit hours to graduate.

  • KIN 157 - Acute Care and Management

    KIN 157 - Acute Care and Management

    2.00 credit hours

    Students will develop knowledge and skill in the evaluation and immediate management of acute injuries, illnesses and conditions. Areas of study will include planning, examination, immediate emergent management, immediate musculoskeletal management, transportation and education. Students may not register for both KIN 147 and KIN 157.

    Prerequisite(s)


    ATP Program Director Consent.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 220 - Athletic Training Clinical Experience I (three terms of KIN 220 are required for a total of three credit hours)

    KIN 220 - Athletic Training Clinical Experience I

    1.00 credit hours

    Guided and supervised clinical experiences in recognition, evaluation, disposition, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries to the physically active. This experience is completed in the NCC athletic training facilities and contracted affiliated settings.

    Prerequisite(s)


    Sophomore standing; acceptance into the Athletic Training program.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 225 - Introduction to Athletic Training I

    KIN 225 - Introduction to Athletic Training I

    3.00 credit hours

    An introductory course to the profession of athletic training. Topics include history, terminology, evaluation, taping/wrapping, epidemiology, protective equipment, insurance and legal issues.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 157 or concurrent enrollment.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 247 - Human Anatomy

    KIN 247 - Human Anatomy

    3.50 credit hours

    An in-depth study of the structure and function of the musculoskeletal anatomy of the human body including bones, bony processes, ligaments, muscles, tendons, nerves and major blood vessels of the human body. This course relates the structure of human anatomy to the injury and rehabilitation processes as well as the study of exercise and health education. Each body region discussed will include a discussion of the related bones, boney types and structures, joint types and movements, ligaments, muscular types, origins, insertions, innervations and actions and related structures, such as bursa, retinacula and fascia. Laboratory studies include exploration of the gross anatomy of the musculoskeletal systems of the human body through modeling. Laboratory required.

    Prerequisite(s)


    BIO 147.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 280 - Human Physiology

    KIN 280 - Human Physiology

    3.00 credit hours

    Further study of the control and function of human organ systems. Pathophysiological conditions associated with each system are studied. The role of physical activity, nutrition and lifestyle in the progression and treatment of disease are covered for pathophysiological conditions and special populations where appropriate.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247 or concurrent enrollment.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 285 - Applied Anatomy and Assessment Techniques

    KIN 285 - Applied Anatomy and Assessment Techniques

    1.50 credit hours

    The focus of this course is the practical study of surface anatomy. Topics include anatomical landmarks, palpation techniques, joint range of motion (active, passive and resistive), range of motion evaluation and manual muscle testing.

    Prerequisite(s)


    BIO 147.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 317 - Kinesiology

    KIN 317 - Kinesiology

    3.00 credit hours

    Analysis of human muscular movement and methods of correcting individual defects.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 325 - Introduction to Athletic Training II

    KIN 325 - Introduction to Athletic Training II

    3.00 credit hours

    A continuation of KIN 225. Topics include pharmacology, ergogenic aids, nutrition, therapeutic modalities, therapeutic exercise, strength training and conditioning, environmental illness/injury and taping.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 225.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 330 - Athletic Training: Clinical Experience II (three terms of KIN 330 are required for a total of three credit hours)

    KIN 330 - Athletic Training: Clinical Experience II

    1.00 credit hours

    Guided and supervised clinical experiences in recognition, evaluation, disposition, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries to the physically active. This experience is completed in the NCC athletic training facilities and contracted affiliated settings.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 220.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 340 - Assessment of Lower Extremity and Back Injuries and Conditions

    KIN 340 - Assessment of Lower Extremity and Back Injuries and Conditions

    3.00 credit hours

    A study of the anatomy, mechanism, etiology, pathology, evaluative techniques and initial management of injuries/conditions to the lower extremity and back.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247 and KIN 285.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 341 - Assessment of Upper Extremity, Head and Neck Injuries and Conditions

    KIN 341 - Assessment of Upper Extremity, Head and Neck Injuries and Conditions

    3.00 credit hours

    A study of the anatomy, mechanism, etiology, pathology, evaluative techniques and initial management of injuries/conditions to the upper extremity, head and neck.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247 and KIN 285.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 347 - Physiology of Exercise

    KIN 347 - Physiology of Exercise

    3.50 credit hours

    Investigation of cellular mechanisms of various body systems and the impact of acute exercise and prolonged training on those mechanisms; in-depth study of bioenergetics and metabolism; mechanisms associated with fatigue and recovery are discussed. Laboratory required. Required: Physical activity may be utilized to facilitate learning experiences in this course. Participate at a level at which you are comfortable or consult the instructor.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247 and KIN 280.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 350 - Medical Aspects of Sports Medicine

    KIN 350 - Medical Aspects of Sports Medicine

    3.00 credit hours

    A survey of skin conditions; disease; conditions affecting the digestive system, the reproductive system, the endocrine system, the respiratory system and the cardiovascular system; special populations; and congenital conditions. Additional topics include pharmacology and counseling/psychosocial interventions. A lecture format is used, with guest speakers on several topics.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 325.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 351 - Athletic Training Administration

    KIN 351 - Athletic Training Administration

    3.00 credit hours

    An examination of the methods and strategies in the planning, coordination and supervision of an athletic training program. Topics include professional development, leadership and ethics, program development and management, facility planning and management, record keeping/information management, insurance, legal issues, emergency planning and pre-participation examinations.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 325.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 410 - Fitness Evaluation

    KIN 410 - Fitness Evaluation

    3.00 credit hours

    Comparison of fitness tests and techniques followed in schools, health/fitness clubs and cardiac rehabilitation programs. Development of fitness assessment proficiencies and certification requirements of various certifying boards. Practical fieldwork. Exposure to fitness computer software programs. Required: Physical activity may be utilized to facilitate learning experiences in this course. Participate at a level at which you are comfortable or consult the instructor.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247 and KIN 347.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 425 - Therapeutic Modalities

    KIN 425 - Therapeutic Modalities

    3.00 credit hours

    A study of the theoretical and practical principles underlying the use of therapeutic modalities, including indications, contraindications, precautions and physiological effects. Proficiency in selection and application of appropriate therapeutic modalities is evaluated.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247, KIN 280 and KIN 285.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 430 - Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation

    KIN 430 - Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation

    3.00 credit hours

    An examination of the role therapeutic exercise and rehabilitative techniques play in the care and management of injuries and conditions. Topics include measurement in rehabilitation, principles of rehabilitation, classification of exercises and program development.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247, KIN 280 and KIN 285.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 440 - Athletic Training Clinical Experience III (three terms of KIN 440 are required for a total of three credit hours)

    KIN 440 - Athletic Training Clinical Experience III

    1.00 credit hours

    Guided and supervised clinical experiences in recognition, evaluation, disposition, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries to the physically active. This experience is completed in the NCC athletic training facilities and contracted affiliated settings.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 330.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 497 - Internship

    KIN 497 - Internship

    0.00-9.00 credit hours

    Schedule Of Classes

  • BCM 140 - Nutrition

    BCM 140 - Nutrition

    3.50 credit hours

    A study of food, the nutrients in foods, their biochemical function and how they interact in relation to physical and mental development and performance in humans. Laboratory required. Does not count toward the major in biochemistry, chemistry or biology.

    Prerequisite(s)


    One of BIO 100, CHM 100 or two years of high school science.

    Core

    Science (Lab).

    Schedule Of Classes

  • BIO 147 - Anatomy and Physiology

    BIO 147 - Anatomy and Physiology

    3.75 credit hours

    The structure, function, and integration of systems of the human body. Laboratory studies in mammalian dissection and physiology. Laboratory required.

    Prerequisite(s)


    Strong science background or BIO 100 or BIO 104.

    Core

    Science (Lab).

    Schedule Of Classes

Required Support Courses

  • PSY 100 - Psychology: Science of Behavior

    PSY 100 - Psychology: Science of Behavior

    3.00 credit hours

    An examination of the basic concepts, processes, theories and empirical findings concerning the behavior of organisms. Consideration is given to the following topics: physiological and developmental basis of behavior, sensory and perceptual processes, states of consciousness, learning and memory and motivation and emotion, as well as personality, intellectual functioning, psychopathology and social influences on behavior.

    Core

    Social Science.
    IAI

    S6 900

    Schedule Of Classes

  • PSY 250 - Statistics

    PSY 250 - Statistics

    3.00 credit hours

    A course stressing the methods, concepts and logic underlying the statistical evaluation of research data. The course stresses descriptive and inferential statistics, estimation and hypothesis testing and "why" as well as "when" to use various statistical methods. A working knowledge of basic algebraic techniques is necessary. Only one of PSY 250 and BUS 241/ECN 241 may be taken for credit.

    Prerequisite(s)


    MTH 118 or higher.

    Core

    Mathematics.
    IAI

    M1 902

    Schedule Of Classes

  • PSY 255 - Research Design and Experimentation

    PSY 255 - Research Design and Experimentation

    3.75 credit hours

    The activities involved in obtaining, accumulating and organizing scientific knowledge through experimentation are stressed in this course. The concepts, logic and methods which serve as a basis for designing and conducting scientific research are presented in lecture and laboratory periods, and are practiced in laboratory exercises and in individual projects. Laboratory required.

    Prerequisite(s)


    PSY 100 and a minimum grade of C- in PSY 250.

    Schedule Of Classes

Prerequisite Courses

  • 100-level Biology course or strong science background
  • MTH 118 - Finite Mathematics or equivalent

Athletic Training, B.S.

For additional programs and courses in this department, see Kinesiology.

Major Requirements

Requires 52.5 credit hours in KIN; students must complete a minimum of 121.5 total credit hours to graduate.

  • KIN 157 - Acute Care and Management

    KIN 157 - Acute Care and Management

    2.00 credit hours

    Students will develop knowledge and skill in the evaluation and immediate management of acute injuries, illnesses and conditions. Areas of study will include planning, examination, immediate emergent management, immediate musculoskeletal management, transportation and education. Students may not register for both KIN 147 and KIN 157.

    Prerequisite(s)


    ATP Program Director Consent.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 220 - Athletic Training Clinical Experience I (three terms of KIN 220 are required for a total of three credit hours)

    KIN 220 - Athletic Training Clinical Experience I

    1.00 credit hours

    Guided and supervised clinical experiences in recognition, evaluation, disposition, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries to the physically active. This experience is completed in the NCC athletic training facilities and contracted affiliated settings.

    Prerequisite(s)


    Sophomore standing; acceptance into the Athletic Training program.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 225 - Introduction to Athletic Training I

    KIN 225 - Introduction to Athletic Training I

    3.00 credit hours

    An introductory course to the profession of athletic training. Topics include history, terminology, evaluation, taping/wrapping, epidemiology, protective equipment, insurance and legal issues.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 157 or concurrent enrollment.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 247 - Human Anatomy

    KIN 247 - Human Anatomy

    3.50 credit hours

    An in-depth study of the structure and function of the musculoskeletal anatomy of the human body including bones, bony processes, ligaments, muscles, tendons, nerves and major blood vessels of the human body. This course relates the structure of human anatomy to the injury and rehabilitation processes as well as the study of exercise and health education. Each body region discussed will include a discussion of the related bones, boney types and structures, joint types and movements, ligaments, muscular types, origins, insertions, innervations and actions and related structures, such as bursa, retinacula and fascia. Laboratory studies include exploration of the gross anatomy of the musculoskeletal systems of the human body through modeling. Laboratory required.

    Prerequisite(s)


    BIO 147.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 280 - Human Physiology

    KIN 280 - Human Physiology

    3.00 credit hours

    Further study of the control and function of human organ systems. Pathophysiological conditions associated with each system are studied. The role of physical activity, nutrition and lifestyle in the progression and treatment of disease are covered for pathophysiological conditions and special populations where appropriate.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247 or concurrent enrollment.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 285 - Applied Anatomy and Assessment Techniques

    KIN 285 - Applied Anatomy and Assessment Techniques

    1.50 credit hours

    The focus of this course is the practical study of surface anatomy. Topics include anatomical landmarks, palpation techniques, joint range of motion (active, passive and resistive), range of motion evaluation and manual muscle testing.

    Prerequisite(s)


    BIO 147.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 317 - Kinesiology

    KIN 317 - Kinesiology

    3.00 credit hours

    Analysis of human muscular movement and methods of correcting individual defects.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 325 - Introduction to Athletic Training II

    KIN 325 - Introduction to Athletic Training II

    3.00 credit hours

    A continuation of KIN 225. Topics include pharmacology, ergogenic aids, nutrition, therapeutic modalities, therapeutic exercise, strength training and conditioning, environmental illness/injury and taping.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 225.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 330 - Athletic Training: Clinical Experience II (three terms of KIN 330 are required for a total of three credit hours)

    KIN 330 - Athletic Training: Clinical Experience II

    1.00 credit hours

    Guided and supervised clinical experiences in recognition, evaluation, disposition, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries to the physically active. This experience is completed in the NCC athletic training facilities and contracted affiliated settings.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 220.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 340 - Assessment of Lower Extremity and Back Injuries and Conditions

    KIN 340 - Assessment of Lower Extremity and Back Injuries and Conditions

    3.00 credit hours

    A study of the anatomy, mechanism, etiology, pathology, evaluative techniques and initial management of injuries/conditions to the lower extremity and back.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247 and KIN 285.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 341 - Assessment of Upper Extremity, Head and Neck Injuries and Conditions

    KIN 341 - Assessment of Upper Extremity, Head and Neck Injuries and Conditions

    3.00 credit hours

    A study of the anatomy, mechanism, etiology, pathology, evaluative techniques and initial management of injuries/conditions to the upper extremity, head and neck.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247 and KIN 285.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 347 - Physiology of Exercise

    KIN 347 - Physiology of Exercise

    3.50 credit hours

    Investigation of cellular mechanisms of various body systems and the impact of acute exercise and prolonged training on those mechanisms; in-depth study of bioenergetics and metabolism; mechanisms associated with fatigue and recovery are discussed. Laboratory required. Required: Physical activity may be utilized to facilitate learning experiences in this course. Participate at a level at which you are comfortable or consult the instructor.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247 and KIN 280.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 350 - Medical Aspects of Sports Medicine

    KIN 350 - Medical Aspects of Sports Medicine

    3.00 credit hours

    A survey of skin conditions; disease; conditions affecting the digestive system, the reproductive system, the endocrine system, the respiratory system and the cardiovascular system; special populations; and congenital conditions. Additional topics include pharmacology and counseling/psychosocial interventions. A lecture format is used, with guest speakers on several topics.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 325.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 351 - Athletic Training Administration

    KIN 351 - Athletic Training Administration

    3.00 credit hours

    An examination of the methods and strategies in the planning, coordination and supervision of an athletic training program. Topics include professional development, leadership and ethics, program development and management, facility planning and management, record keeping/information management, insurance, legal issues, emergency planning and pre-participation examinations.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 325.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 410 - Fitness Evaluation

    KIN 410 - Fitness Evaluation

    3.00 credit hours

    Comparison of fitness tests and techniques followed in schools, health/fitness clubs and cardiac rehabilitation programs. Development of fitness assessment proficiencies and certification requirements of various certifying boards. Practical fieldwork. Exposure to fitness computer software programs. Required: Physical activity may be utilized to facilitate learning experiences in this course. Participate at a level at which you are comfortable or consult the instructor.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247 and KIN 347.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 425 - Therapeutic Modalities

    KIN 425 - Therapeutic Modalities

    3.00 credit hours

    A study of the theoretical and practical principles underlying the use of therapeutic modalities, including indications, contraindications, precautions and physiological effects. Proficiency in selection and application of appropriate therapeutic modalities is evaluated.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247, KIN 280 and KIN 285.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 430 - Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation

    KIN 430 - Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation

    3.00 credit hours

    An examination of the role therapeutic exercise and rehabilitative techniques play in the care and management of injuries and conditions. Topics include measurement in rehabilitation, principles of rehabilitation, classification of exercises and program development.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 247, KIN 280 and KIN 285.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 440 - Athletic Training Clinical Experience III (three terms of KIN 440 are required for a total of three credit hours)

    KIN 440 - Athletic Training Clinical Experience III

    1.00 credit hours

    Guided and supervised clinical experiences in recognition, evaluation, disposition, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries to the physically active. This experience is completed in the NCC athletic training facilities and contracted affiliated settings.

    Prerequisite(s)


    KIN 330.

    Schedule Of Classes

  • KIN 497 - Internship

    KIN 497 - Internship

    0.00-9.00 credit hours

    Schedule Of Classes

  • BCM 140 - Nutrition

    BCM 140 - Nutrition

    3.50 credit hours

    A study of food, the nutrients in foods, their biochemical function and how they interact in relation to physical and mental development and performance in humans. Laboratory required. Does not count toward the major in biochemistry, chemistry or biology.

    Prerequisite(s)


    One of BIO 100, CHM 100 or two years of high school science.

    Core

    Science (Lab).

    Schedule Of Classes

  • BIO 147 - Anatomy and Physiology

    BIO 147 - Anatomy and Physiology

    3.75 credit hours

    The structure, function, and integration of systems of the human body. Laboratory studies in mammalian dissection and physiology. Laboratory required.

    Prerequisite(s)


    Strong science background or BIO 100 or BIO 104.

    Core

    Science (Lab).

    Schedule Of Classes

Required Support Courses

  • PSY 100 - Psychology: Science of Behavior

    PSY 100 - Psychology: Science of Behavior

    3.00 credit hours

    An examination of the basic concepts, processes, theories and empirical findings concerning the behavior of organisms. Consideration is given to the following topics: physiological and developmental basis of behavior, sensory and perceptual processes, states of consciousness, learning and memory and motivation and emotion, as well as personality, intellectual functioning, psychopathology and social influences on behavior.

    Core

    Social Science.
    IAI

    S6 900

    Schedule Of Classes

  • PSY 250 - Statistics

    PSY 250 - Statistics

    3.00 credit hours

    A course stressing the methods, concepts and logic underlying the statistical evaluation of research data. The course stresses descriptive and inferential statistics, estimation and hypothesis testing and "why" as well as "when" to use various statistical methods. A working knowledge of basic algebraic techniques is necessary. Only one of PSY 250 and BUS 241/ECN 241 may be taken for credit.

    Prerequisite(s)


    MTH 118 or higher.

    Core

    Mathematics.
    IAI

    M1 902

    Schedule Of Classes

  • PSY 255 - Research Design and Experimentation

    PSY 255 - Research Design and Experimentation

    3.75 credit hours

    The activities involved in obtaining, accumulating and organizing scientific knowledge through experimentation are stressed in this course. The concepts, logic and methods which serve as a basis for designing and conducting scientific research are presented in lecture and laboratory periods, and are practiced in laboratory exercises and in individual projects. Laboratory required.

    Prerequisite(s)


    PSY 100 and a minimum grade of C- in PSY 250.

    Schedule Of Classes

Additional Requirements for a B.S. Degree

  • MTH 152 - Calculus II

    MTH 152 - Calculus II

    3.00 credit hours

    Continuation of Calculus I with emphasis on integration and its applications. Required for the B.S. degree in any department.

    Prerequisite(s)


    MTH 141 or MTH 151.

    Core

    Mathematics.
    IAI

    M1 900

    Schedule Of Classes

Prerequisite Courses

  • 100-level Biology course or strong science background
  • MTH 118 - Finite Mathematics or equivalent

Athletic Training Opportunities

A North Central education integrates career preparation with rich academic study. Our faculty encourages you to refine and apply your knowledge in an interconnected world. Here you'll learn to think independently and work globally to solve problems and lead.

Internships

  • Area high schools
  • Outpatient physical therapy clinics
  • Northwestern University
  • Chicago Sky
  • Professional sports (football, baseball, basketball, volleyball)
  • Club sport facilities (cheerleading, volleyball, gymnastics)

Graduate Schools

Recent graduates in athletic training have been accepted at:

  • Arizona School of Health Sciences
  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
  • Old Dominion University
  • Northern Michigan University
  • Midwestern University
  • Ohio University
  • University of Kentucky

Careers

Recent graduates in athletic training include:

  • High school teacher/athletic trainer
  • Outreach athletic trainer
  • Collegiate athletic trainer
  • Athletic trainer/physical therapist
  • Athletic trainer/physician assistant
     

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