Athletic trainers are allied health care professionals that specialize in the prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, and therapeutic rehabilitation of athletic injuries and medical conditions. Athletic trainers collaborate with physicians and other health care professions in order to provide the patient with the best care possible. Athletic training is a nationally recognized and licensed profession, and athletic trainers may find employment in a number of settings, including;
Lindenwood University offers a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. During the students’ coursework and clinical rotations, they will successfully complete the National Athletic Trainers’ Association’s Educational Competencies and Clinical Proficiencies. The student must complete the required coursework and accumulate 1,210 clinical experience hours with a certified athletic trainer or qualified preceptor. In 2012-2013, Lindenwood University’s Board of Certification examination first time pass rate was 100%.
Dan Brennan MAEd, ATC, LAT
Academic Coordinator/Head Wrestling Athletic Trainer
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