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Athletic Therapy

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What is Athletic Therapy?

Athletic Therapists have four years of practical education specializing in musculoskeletal function, disfunction, health, and injury. They are proficient at assessing and rehabilitating both acute and chronic injuries. In the clinical setting they use a combination of manual therapy, electrical modalities, and exercise prescription to treat the entire athlete (or athlete at heart) to return them quickly and efficiently to an active, pain-free lifestyle. On the field, Athletic Therapists are First Responders who are highly skilled in prevention, recognition, and proper immediate treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, environment related illnesses, and concussions.

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In the Clinic:

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  • Acute Injury Management

  • Chronic Pain Management

  • Thorough Assessment to Determine Cause

  • Pre and Post – Operative Rehabilitation

  • Athletic and Kinesio Taping

  • Cupping and IASM Soft Tissue Work

  • Electric Modalities (IFC, TENS, Muscle Stimulation)

  • Therapeutic Ultrasound

  • Exercise Prescription

  • Concussion Management

  • Education

Physical Therapist

On the Field:

  • Assessment and acute treatment of musculoskeletal injuries:

    • Sprains

    • Strains

    • Fractures

    • Spinal Injuries

    • Dislocations

    • Contusions

  • Prevention, recognition, and treatment of environment related conditions:

    • Heat Stroke

    • Heat Exhaustion

    • Frost Bite

    • Hypothermia

    • Lightning

  • Recognition, assessment, and management of concussions and other head injuries

  • Emergency care:

    • CPR

    • AED*

    • Oxygen Administration*

    • Neck and Spine Immobilization

    • Emergency Action Plan Activation

  • Pre- event taping

  • First aid


*Where equipment is available   

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