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Who trains people for sports?

Athletic trainers or they can train themselves.

What has the author Chad Starkey written?

Chad Starkey has written: 'Therapeutic modalities for athletic trainers' -- subject(s): Sports medicine, Sports, Therapy, Treatment, Athletic trainers, Accidents and injuries, Athletic Injuries, Athletes, Rehabilitation

How much do NFL sports Athletic Trainers make?

anywhere from 65,000-80,000

How much money does a sports therapist makes a year?

In Texas, Athletic Trainers make in average about 50k starting. That is with the stipend included. I have heard that we are one of the highest paid compare to other state's Athletic Trainers (aka sports therapist).

What is the difference between athletic training and Sports Medicine?

Sports Medicine is a broader field that includes athletic trainers as well as sports medicine doctors and specialists. An athletic trainer works with the athlete as to prevent, manage and treat athletic injuries under the supervision of a sports medicine doctor or specialist.

What doe a athletic trainer do?

Athletic trainers work with athletes in order to help them treat and prevent injury and develop fitness regiments that help them excel while staying healthy. An athletic trainer may work for schools, colleges, universities, private clubs or professional sports organizations.

What is the average wage for professional sports athletic trainer?

about 60-75K

What are some of the highest paying nonathletic sports jobs?

Some of the higher-paid non-athletic sports jobs are TV Broadcasters, sports doctors, trainers and coaches. How much these jobs pay depend on the sport, the team, the location and level of the sport with professional sports having some of the highest paid jobs.

Is an Athletic Therapist the same thing as a Personal Trainer or Strength Coach?

No. Athletic therapists (aka sports therapists, athletic trainers, biokineticists) may work as personal fitness trainers or strength coach, however their scope of practice covers a lot more. Athletic Trainers are healthcare providers who provide care for both athletes and non-athletes alike. Personal trainers, on the other hand, are fitness professionals and not healthcare professionals. The training required to become a personal trainer is at the diploma level while athletic therapist education requires at least a bachelor's degree. The only similarity between Athletic Therapists and personal trainers is that both work with athletes, but they are two very different professions.

What are some types of sports doctors?

Sport doctors are very important for not only professional athletes, but also those that take place in physical activities. Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC) are responsible for the care and prevention of athletic injuries. The ATC not only interact with the athlete, but also their coaches, parents (depending on the athletes age) and the physician.

What types of treatments are performed by Athletic Therapists?

Athletic Therapy (aka Athletic Training, Sports Training, Sports Therapy, Biokinetics) treatments are always one on one and usually 30-60 minutes in length. Treatments consist of manual therapy, including soft tissue therapy & joint mobilization, core strengthening & therapeutic exercise prescription, supportive taping & bracing, postural correction, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, neuromuscular retraining, nutritional advice & supplement recommendation, and the use of traditional modalities (ultrasound, IFC, TENS, laser, NMES). Almost every modality available to physiotherapists is also used by athletic therapists (aka athletic trainers, sports therapists, sports trainers, biokineticists).

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