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Athletic Trainer by Tannah Evans

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Athletic Trainer
By:Tannah Evans


Daily life
Debs Day of life
10:00 am – 1:30 pm
Working at medical clinic doing clerical work, which could include filing patient charts and scheduling appointments for patients. I could also be double-checking medical records to make sure names are spelled correctly and that the medical forms are filled out correctly.

1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Having a quick lunch and traveling to the high school.

2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Arriving at the high school and helping athletes who come in for treatment by doing things like taping their ankles, knees, and wrists with adhesive tape before any games or practices. I am responsible for preparing a trainer’s first aid kit for games and practices and making sure these kits have enough gauze, tape, bags of ice, and other medical supplies. I could be helping athletes with their treatments, such as supervising a track and field athlete getting her ankles taped, showing her stretching exercises for her sore back, and giving her hot towel pads to place on her back for 20 minutes. I also spend time treating other injured athletes with ice or heat, depending on the injury.

4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
I go out to various practices and games at the school so I can treat any injured players. My time is also spent trying to prioritize which games and practices I should attend and checking in with other coaches to make sure their practices and games are going smoothly and that no one needs medical attention.
Chris day of life
7:30 am – 8:00 am
I begin my day by entering the arena for morning treatments, and organizing files, equipment, and supplies.

8:00 am – 10:00 am
I perform pre-skate treatments: providing taping or other types of support as needed, stretching and warming up athletes, as well as applying electrical current treatment to relieve muscle pain.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm
I spend time watching players’ performances for anything unusual.

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
I carry out post-skate treatments, which involve talking to players about any discomfort they are having, massaging limbs, and stretching.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Next are the rehabilitation programs where I begin working with players who are injured. This involves making sure that they are doing their exercises properly, accelerating the healing process, in addition to monitoring and documenting their progress.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
I deliver pre-game treatments including massaging, stretching, and warming up athletes, applying electrical current treatments to relieve muscle pain, and, finally, providing taping or support for players.

7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Game time (on-ice coverage for injuries) is spent repairing cuts so that players can return to the ice, monitoring players while they are on the ice, and assessing injuries to see if they should continue to play or sit out the rest of the game.

10:00 pm – 10:45 pm
I perform post-game treatments: attending to game injuries, settling inflammations with ice, massaging, and gentle stretching.
Earnings
Earnings for certified athletic trainers vary depending on their experience, location, employer, and educational background
*salaries range from about $26,000 to $65,000 a year, with a median annual income of about $41,000
Working conditions
1)Athletic trainers work for sports teams, hospitals, colleges, high schools, doctors’ offices, fitness centers, sports medicine clinics, and other types of health care facilities
Education
Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
English/Language Arts
English/Language Arts I

English/Language Arts II

English/Language Arts III

English/Language Arts IV

Math
Algebra I

Geometry

Algebra II

Pre-Calculus or Calculus or Statistics

Science
Biology

Chemistry

Physics or Other science course

Anatomy and Physiology

Social Studies/Sciences
State History

Civics

U.S. History

World History

Sociology

Psychology

Economics

Career & Technical Courses
Health Science I: Introduction to Health Science

Information Technology Applications

Health Science II: Health, Safety and Ethics in the Health Environment

Health Science III: Employment in Health Occupations

Health Science IV: Introduction to Therapeutic Services

Athletic Trainer
Job description
*Trainers are involved in four aspects of athletes’ health.
1)First, they teach athletes how to prevent injuries by using warm-up techniques and stretching exercises. They also teach them how to use the proper equipment to avoid injury.
2)Second, if an athlete does get injured, the athletic trainer assesses the injury to determine how severe it is and how it should be treated
3)After the injury is treated then the real work begins
4) They get everything for your injury such as braces, tape, and more.
2)They are usually required to travel with the team
3)Team trainers usually work on weekends and evenings because that is when most of the games are held!
4)Trainers that work in hospitals, or medical clinics usually work 40 to 50 hours a week
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In high school you can begin to get prepared for your future job!
Baylor University
Lubbock Christian University
*These are a couple colleges you could go to.
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