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Didn't Make it to St. Louis? We Cover All the Action in the NATA News
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The August issue of the NATA News will feature our wrap-up of the 63rd NATA Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia. Read about everything that happened in St. Louis from June 26-29. The magazine will feature coverage of all the big events and will include an extensive gallery of photos of award winners, Hall of Fame inductees, the trade show, J&J Keynote Speaker, Opening Day Reception and more. You'll see the changing of the guard as Marje Albohm, MS, ATC, passed the role of NATA President to Jim Thornton, MS, ATC, PES. So if you weren't able to get to St. Louis — or even if you were and want to see if we caught you on camera — be sure to check out the August issue of the NATA News, available online Aug. 1. More

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Take Advantage of Insurance Discount Programs
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Even athletic trainers can have injuries! If you have to stop working due to an illness or injury, it's possible your income will stop, too. NATA offers multiple discount programs for members, including disability insurance. Choose from two different plans based on your needs and enjoy protection knowing you're covered. Programs vary, and some restrictions may apply, so it's best to visit the website for more information on disability insurance. More
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