Also known as: Assistant Athletic Trainer, Athletic Instructor, Athletic Trainer, Certified Athletic Trainer, Clinical Instructor, Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, Head Athletic Trainer, Head Athletic Trainer/Strength Coach, Resident Athletic Trainer, Sports Medicine Coordinator
Description: In sports, recreation and day-to-day activities, preventive training is just as important as training. Athletic Trainers focus on preventative training as well as rehabilitation programs. They help to diagnose and treat bone and muscle injuries.Athletic Trainers typically have at least a Bachelor's degree as well as a license or certification. Some Trainers will also obtain a Master's degree so that they can further study human anatomy, nutrition and physiology.
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