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  1. Anyone can pursue a career as an athletic trainer! However, there are a handful of requirements that need to be completed prior to entering into clinical practice as an athletic trainer. Successfully complete the curriculum within an accredited Athletic Training Program Earn a degree from an accredited Athletic Training Program Pass the Board of Certification (BOC) Exam – this is the National certification exam that establishes the profession’s health care credential Complete your state’s credentialing process – this is often in the form of licensure or additional certi
  2. The sports injuries can be prevented by following simple steps like scheduling a pre participation physical program, focusing on athletic training before games, specific training for your sport. There are different programs to prevent sports injuries in athletic training like Injury Specific Prevention Programs, Position Specific Injury Prevention Programs, Sport Specific Injury Prevention Programs etc.
  3. Hey all, I am currently a 1st year graduate student for athletic training. I am looking into become a PA. Looking to withdraw from my program to pursue PA prerequisites but not sure if this was a good idea. Or if I should complete my program then complete prerequisites. Thanks!
  4. Hello, I am an Athletic Trainer and I am considering PA school. I am curious to hear from those of you who have the PA-C, ATC combination. What "specialty" do you currently practice, and in what setting? Do you still practice as an ATC, and if so, how? I ask because I have heard of PA-C/ATCs still in the athletic training room, and I more or less want to confirm that it can be possible. I also would like to know if that is completely legal with anti-kickback and other such laws? Any help would be great. Thanks, AK
  5. Hello PAForum! I tried searching for information on this forum, but I came up with little results and not much time to grind through previous posts at the moment. So I apologize if this presents itself as redundant! Anyways, I am currently finishing up my medic associates degree. What is the best undergrad course of study to move on to? I have biochem on my mind but I would like to cut my time in undergrad as much as possible. I wasn't sure what from my Associates would translate to a BS in order to cut down my workload (and ultimately the cost of undergrad... which is the real purpose behind
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