Positioning the Athletic Trainer as Indiana’s Preferred Healthcare Provider
The 2017 IATA Summer Symposium will focus on “Treating the Entire Athlete”. We will kick off the day with an interesting case study examining Exercise-Induced Anaphylaxis. Further topics of discussion will include aspects of strength and conditioning, a presentation by a sports psychologist regarding mental health and daily struggles of athletes as well as the utilization of a holistic approach as a means to treat the entire athlete. We will also explore the diagnosis of Vocal Cord Dysfunction (VCD) vs asthma and delve into the importance of sleep for athletes and how it affects performance. Finally we will discuss how to incorporate diet and nutrition as a means of providing comprehensive health and well-being.
The IATA’s target audience for the Summer Symposium are Certified Athletic Trainers and other health care professionals that may find an interest in the content and knowledge the association and its constituents have to offer through lecture and laboratory presentations.
Case Study: Dysautonomia in a Collegiate Women’s Soccer Player
Gretchen Buskirk MBA, Med, AT, ATC, PES
Mental Abuse in Athletes: Warning Signs and How to Cope with Internal and External Factors
Utilizing a Holistic Approach as a Means to Treat the Entire Athlete
Jamey Gordon, DPT, LAT, ATC, CSCSC
Not All That Wheezes is Asthma: Exploring the Diagnosis of Vocal Cord Dysfunction (VCD) and How Sleep Can Improve or Hinder Athletic Performance
Dr. Bree Simmons
Nutrition for Athletes: Foods that Help You Heal
Anna Turner MS, RD, CSSD, CISSN
Return to Play: Factors to Consider and Building Injury Prevention Exercise into a Training Program
David Williams MS, CSCS, SCCC
Refunds, minus 25% of the registration fee, will be given only if requested two weeks prior to the event. Payment must be received three days prior to the event or the registration will be canceled. In the event the Symposium is cancelled, a full refund will be given.
IATA, 125 West Market Street, Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN 46204
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