How can I as a self-taught, aspiring, entrepreneur, pitch to a Zoom call full of experienced Athletic Trainers (ATs), instructors of entrepreneurship, and business leaders? I can either impress everyone or sink like a brick.
In 2017, I realized that if I did not find a way to make my own income, I may be unemployed, without an income, at some point during my career. I was either going to have to learn how to become a business owner or commit to traditional athletic training employment for the rest ofContinue reading “Athletic Trainer Boggled by Starting a Small Business”
On March 10th, 2021 at the 54th Annual Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association Business Meeting, members voted to pass the guidelines for the recently formed district 4 and district 11. The vote moves the project into the final stages of forming two new districts in the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association. As the current DistrictContinue reading “Vote Marks the Beginning of a New District”
When an athlete suffers an injury to the head while playing a game, you can find Athletic Trainers guiding coaches that the athlete stays on the sideline instead of going back to the game because it is what must be done for head injuries. The idea of studying professional athlete Patrick Mahome’s injury thatContinue reading “Coaches At All Levels of Sports Depend on Athletic Trainers to Guide Athletes Back to the Game After A Concussion”
Sports are having success during COVID-19 with athletic trainers and public health.
High school athletes are willing to come forward with the onset of Covid-19 symptoms even though they fear it could shut down things for their teams thanks to coping strategies taught through sports. It is simply false to think that young athletes would not come forward with the onset of symptoms during the pandemic inContinue reading “How Lessons Learned in Sports Helped High School Athletics Survive the Pandemic.”
Early in April, 2020 I was about three weeks into my state’s “safer at home” plan during the COVID-19 pandemic. I was also about three weeks out of arriving home early from the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association’s (GLATA) Annual Business Meeting and Symposium. I was anticipating a lengthy “safer at home” stay and hopingContinue reading “LBGTQ+ AC Volunteer”
The NATA hosted a Facebook Live chat featuring the Young Professionals Committee on Friday, June 19th 2020.
By showing value to a hospital system, a physician’s practice, or clinic, third-party reimbursement may be beneficial to maintaining the livelihood of our profession, especially in light of the pandemic.
Inspired by the “Own Your Impact” manifesto, some stories cannot be told in 140 characters. I am Lindsey Rozinski, Licensed Athletic Trainer, and enthusiastic NATA member. It is my pleasure to write articles about athletic trainers that inspire me and share the stories that may not otherwise be heard.