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Hill Day Efforts Yield
New H.R. 1137 Co-Sponsor

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NATA is happy to announce its first co-sponsor stemming from last month's 2010 Capitol Hill Day efforts. Congressman Frank Lucas (OK-3) committed to co-sponsor HR 1137 after meeting with Ron Walker, MA, ATC, CSCS, during the event in Washington, D.C. NATA encourages all members, especially those residing in Oklahoma, to call Congressman Lucas and thank him for the support. Lucas can be reached at 202.225.5565. More



Resource of the Week…for Students



Award Offers $500 Stipend for Philadelphia
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The Bobby Gunn Student Leadership Award gives deserving students assistance in attending the 61st NATA Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia. Undergraduate or entry-level master's students who are NATA members and have never attended an Annual Meeting before are eligible. Winners receive a $500 travel stipend and free registration. Deadline for entries is April 30. More


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NATA Info/Events



Athletic Training Education Journal Announces
Launch of New Submission and Review System

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The Athletic Training Education Journal recently launched a new online manuscript submission and review system. The staff anticipates a smoother process for manuscript authors and peer-reviewers, and time from manuscript submission to review to editor decision will decrease significantly due to more efficient processing. Also, ATEJ has a new e-mail address. Please use ATEdJournal@gmail.com for questions or comments.  More


Annual Meeting Registration is Open!
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Registration for the 61st NATA Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia is open! Sign up now to be part of the premier athletic training event of the year. Housing is already available, and you can start planning your week by using the Preliminary Program in the February NATA News. Join us in Philadelphia!

Philly Insider Tip of the Week
"The Jersey shore – or as the locals say, 'down the shore' - is only an hour away from Philadelphia. There are many Civil and Revolutionary War battlefields in the area, and also Gettysburg is less than a two-hour drive through beautiful Amish country."
– Host City representatives AJ Duffy III, MS, ATC, PT, and Joe Iezzi, MS, ATC, PES  
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Keep Celebrating National Athletic Training Month
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A week has already passed in National Athletic Training Month. This year's theme is "Sports Safety is a Team Effort." Find posters, educational materials and logo merchandise in the NATA Online Store. Plus, get a FREE tip sheet explaining the difference between athletic trainers and personal trainers. As you continue to celebrate this important month, use all the resources at your fingertips.  More


NATA Represented at AAOE Annual Conference
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NATA president Marje Albohm, MS, ATC, and member Forrest Pecha, MS, ATC, LAT, CSCS, OTC, have been invited to speak on behalf of athletic trainers at the 2010 American Association of Orthopaedic Executives Annual Conference. The session entitled, "New Initiatives in Physician Extenders: The Evolving Role of Certified Athletic Trainers" is scheduled from 10:15 to 11:45 a.m. on May 3 in Anaheim, Calif. Albohm will present a segment about education and information regarding athletic trainers, and Pecha will add a segment on how to best utilize athletic trainers as clinicians. Mark Miller will offer facts about economic benefits and revenue generation through the use of athletic trainers before a question and answer session.  More


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Biodex has teamed up with CSMI and 360 Balance to address the difficult return-to-play decisions with an objective web-based database solution that includes both cognitive and functional assessment.

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Chattanooga
Chattanooga’s Intelect® Transport systems are lightweight, battery or outlet-powered units featuring electrotherapy and ultrasound, or combination therapy. With an innovative compact design that lets you deliver effective, on-the-spot therapy to athletes on the sidelines, the basketball court, baseball diamond, and athletic training facilities, wherever it’s needed. For more information visit www.chattgroup.com

Health & Development



Screening May Save Athletes
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They are young, strong, competitive athletes, in top physical condition. Yet about 90 of them drop dead every year, often in the heat of competition, victims of sudden cardiac death. Now a new study suggests that there is a cost-effective way to lower the death rate significantly: screening athletes with an electrocardiogram. But starting such a screening program in the United States is controversial.  More


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Guardian Angels for Athletes
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When Beth Pouk is on the sidelines at a Hononegah High School basketball game, she not necessarily watching for ball-handling technique or who is sinking the most 3-pointers. "We're watching, not the ball, but the ankles, the knees and the elbows," she said. Pouk is one of three Beloit Health System athletic trainers who show up at high school sport events at six area high schools. Their job is to keep an eye out for student athlete injuries and, hopefully, preventing those injuries from happening.  More




Kent State Honors Longtime Athletic Trainer
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In the midst of its year-long Centennial celebration, the Kent State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics bestowed its highest honor on the eight-member Varsity "K" Athletics Hall of Fame class. John Faulstick, head athletic trainer from 1980 to 2009, was amongst the Class of 2010 who were formally inducted during the two-hour ceremony in the Kent Student Center Ballroom.  More


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Injury Rehabilitation



Battling a Biceps Injury
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People who suffer from injuries to the distal biceps tendon may benefit from earlier surgical intervention and new surgical techniques, according to a review article published in the March 2010 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Located in the front of the elbow, the distal biceps tendon attaches to the lower end of the biceps muscle, and is responsible for two primary motions: allowing the elbow to bend and allowing the arm to turn the palm upward. The study reported individuals who undergo surgery soon after their injuries experience faster and more complete recoveries than patients who are treated nonsurgically, as well as those whose surgeries are delayed. More


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NCAA Study Spurs Rule Changes to Protect Athletes from Injuries
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A comprehensive study of injuries among five fall college sports released by the NCAA last week found that concussions were the second most common injuries in football and soccer, behind ankle injuries. The study, which tracked injuries occurring between the 2004-05 season and the 2008-09 season, revealed that concussions comprised nearly 7 percent of all injuries in college football and 11 percent in women's soccer.  More




Obese Kids More Likely to Injure Legs, Ankles, Feet
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Obese kids' injury patterns look different from those of their slimmer peers, a new study out in Pediatrics shows. Dr. Wendy J. Pomerantz of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Ohio, and her colleagues found obese children had more leg, ankle and foot injuries, but fewer injuries to the head and face, than normal-weight children. While the researchers had no information on how the children in their study were injured, they speculate that heavier kids may be more vulnerable to getting hurt while walking or running, while thinner kids may be more prone to engage in activities and sports that carry a risk of head injury.  More





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Polar Care Kodiak Cold Therapy
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