EKIN 3210 AT

EKIN 3210 AT - may occur on the playing field. Question: In...

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EKIN 3210 Sports Administration I October 12, 2009 Jake Sebastian Bob Howard: Head Athletic Trainer Mr. Joseph Morrone
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Sebastian 2 This article describes what an athletic trainer does and why certain athletic trainers choose to be one. AT’s are the ones in charge of whether or not the athlete can get back onto the field or not. Some describe the job as anatomy and sports put together in one. Others describe their job as challenging in a sense that they must always be ready for an injury to occur and rely on what knowledge they have on the various injuries that
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Unformatted text preview: may occur on the playing field. Question: In my article, most of the Athletic Trainers that were interviewed described that they loved their job because they get to work with the student athletes and they get to work on rehabbing. Basically what they say is that their most rewarding part of their job is getting to work with student athletes. Is there anything else that can measure up to that that ultimately made your decision to work at a university rather than a professional team or any other teams?...
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course COMM 1100 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at UConn.

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