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Clinical Education

There are six clinical courses (HAL 581-586) AT Clinical I commences in the Fall of Year I and includes evidence based principles and foundations of athletic training as well as the clinical diagnosis and treatment of lower extremity injuries.  AT clinical II will expand on that knowledge including the skills learned in critical care and clinical and diagnosis and treatment of injuries to the upper extremity and cervical spine.  AT Clinical III is the first immersive clinical.  This clinical experience will build on the previous two clinical courses as students will practice skills associated with the thoracic and lumboscaral spine and introduce advanced therapeutic intervention techniques into their clinical practice.  These skills will continue into AT clinical IV allowing students to advance their clinical skills in all of the previously studied areas.  AT Clinical V & VI are immersive clinical rotations with a focus on general medical conditions, nutrition & supplements.  The goal of this last immersive experience is to encourage students to develop critical thinking skills and increased autonomy in making clinical decisions.

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