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  • Athlete About Their Injury
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    The Psychological Effects of an Injury With every injury it is important to remember that the athlete will be affected mentally. Not all athletes will act identically to the same injury. Although research shows there are factors that are commonly seen among athletes going through adjustment to injury and rehabilitation. There are three reactive phases of the injury and rehab process. They are reaction to injury, reaction to rehabilitation, and reaction to return to competition or career terminat...
  • Prevent Shoulder Injury
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    Baseball Central Michigan University baseball is one of the finest in the state of Michigan. Baseball players at C.M.U. are dedicated to being the best on and off the field. I had the privilege of working baseball for my first PES 283 rotation, and I think I will never forget it for the rest of my life. CoachKriener demands the athletes to be the best students-athletes that they can be. I believe this is one reason no senior has graduated in twenty years without winning a ring. He teaches them t...
  • College Level For The Athletic Trainer Position
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    Athletic Trainer An athletic trainer seeking employment in today's job market is likely to encounter many problems and obstacles along the way. The need for higher education greatly affects the prospect for the athletic trainer with only degree. Those with this degree are better suited to seek employment in the rehabilitative therapy clinic setting. Many of these clinics have contracts with the local high schools or university thus allowing for more employees and allowing these entry level posit...
  • Team Coaches And The Athletic Trainer Work
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    Athletic Training Definition of an Athletic Trainer An Athletic trainer can work for high schools, colleges, universities, and also for professional sports teams. Athletic Trainers prevent, examine, and treat injuries of athletes. Before and after games and practices they also treat minor injuries such as wrapping bandages around sprang ankles or wrists or spray an antiseptic on an knee that has an abrasion. Trainers do not work alone, they work with the team coaches, physicians, and the equipme...
  • Athlete's Foot
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    Bacterial And Viral Infections Bacterial And Viral Infections Essay, Research Paper Being part of the Sports Medicine profession, Athletic Trainers have to be ready for anything and everything when it comes to treating their athletes. This includes recognition, evaluation, education and prevention of various problems. One specific aspect of this is having a basic knowledge of contagious diseases that is seen all too commonly in Athletics. Some examples of this include Tinea Pedis (Athlete's Foot...
  • Athletic Trainers A Sallied Health Care Providers
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    Athletic Training as a profession It is the biggest match of the year. The star athlete is in the middle of competition when down she falls. No need to fear, an athletic trainer is near, but can you imagine if a trainer were not available. The athlete may try to continue in spite of the pain, turning a minor injury into a severe injury that could possibly end her entire athletic career. For this reason a trainer is a vital part of any athletic department. My research focuses on the importance of...

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