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Graduate AT 1

Graduate AT 1


2.0 Credit, 2 Lecture, 0 Lab


Review of the practice of athletic training, from professional organizations, legal and ethical foundations, care of injury ranging from emergencies to orthopedic evaluation and systemic pathology.

Problem Solving

Explore problem solving as a foundational concept that drives clinical decision making. Understand and apply impairment models and clinical outcomes assessment in the broader context of evidence-based practice.

Athletic Injury Prevention

Apply injury prevention strategies that encompass training and conditioning principles, nutrition, and environmental factors to athletic injury.

Tissue Pasthomechanics

Apply tissue healing and adaptation to injury pathomechanics by understanding how loads and stresses can affect injury, healing, and recovery in various tissues and regions of the body.

Divinity of the Human Body

Appreciate the incredible adaptability and divine nature of the human body.