|FA SEM 16||AT 37900 11||Current Topics in Athletic Training|
|FA SEM 16||AT 38500 21||Clinical Experience IV|
|FA SEM 16||AT 42800 TUT01||Clinical Experience V|
|FA SEM 16||AT 43300 11||Pathology of Non-Orthopedic Injuries and Illness|
|FA SEM 16||AT 43800 21||Senior Seminar|
|FA SEM 16||AT 43900 PIF22||Athletic Training Integrating Experience|
|SP SEM 17||AT 30200 11||Assessment of Athletic Injuries-Lower Body|
|SP SEM 17||AT 38100 11||Assessment of Athletic Injuries-Lower Body Lab|
|SP SEM 17||AT 38400 PIF11||Clinical Experience III|
|SP SEM 17||AT 42800 PIF11||Clinical Experience V|
|SP SEM 17||AT 43900 PIF22||Athletic Training Integrating Experience|
Tom Godar MS, ATC, LAT is entering his 13th year at Lindenwood University. Godar currently serves as the head athletic trainer for the university football team and the Clinical Education Coordinator for the Athletic Training Education Program. He is also an associate professor in the School of Sport, Recreation, and Exercise Sciences.
Godar holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and received his master’s degree in Health Management from Lindenwood in 2003.
In addition to his duties at Lindenwood, Godar worked as the head athletic trainer for the River City Rage indoor professional football team in 2002 and was an intern for the St. Louis Rams from 2002-2003. Currently, Godar also functions as the primary representative in St. Louis for the National Football League’s Concussion/Injury Spotting Program.
Lastly, Godar is also an instructor for the American Red Cross Professional Rescuer certification.
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