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Unformatted text preview: specialize in the care and prevention of athletic injuries. These specialized allied health providers go through years of standardized education, plus they have to successfully pass a comprehensive examination. Body: 1. History A. In the beginning B. Organizations 2. Education A. Degrees B. Accreditation 3. The Practice A. Specializing in care and prevention Conclusion: This morning Ive just identified what it takes to be an athletic trainer. The hard work and dedication of many is what cause many athletes to do better on and off the field. Without these types of people athletes wouldnt eat right of play us to sufficient standards. Sources: www.nata.org www.vata.us/aboutvata/FactsaboutATCS.pdf#search='Facts%20about%20Athletic %20Trainers '...
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course PET 3822 taught by Professor Keys during the Spring '11 term at FIU.
- Spring '11