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Top 50 Head Athletic Trainer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Head Athletic Trainer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Head Athletic Trainer resumes they appeared on. For example, 22.2% of Head Athletic Trainer resumes contained Athletic Injuries as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Head Athletic Trainer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Head Athletic Trainer:

1. Athletic Injuries

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  • Develop and implement emergency action plan for athletic injuries.
  • Provided education and rehabilitation to student-athletes with athletic injuries.
  • Managed prevention and rehabilitation of athletic injuries.
  • Referred all athletic injuries to proper physician
  • Directed and performed all high school and middle school care and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for all school sports and activities.
  • Served on high school teaching faculty as in instructor which included leading a course in sports medicine and athletic injuries.
  • Completed prevention, assessment and treatment of athletic injuries to all school and visiting team athletes for all home events.
  • Educated coaches, parents, and teachers in prevention, evaluation, and management of athletic injuries.
  • Provide acute and chronic medical care for athletes who sustain athletic injuries during the school year.
  • Worked with team physicians and other medical professionals in the management of athletic injuries and illnesses.
  • Directed and managed all care and treatment of athletic injuries for all sports and activities.
  • Provide athletes with first-aid, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of all athletic injuries.
  • Performed prevention, assessment, and treatment of illnesses and athletic injuries.
  • Charged with prevention, evaluation, and treatment of all athletic injuries.
  • Documented all athletic injuries and illnesses via ATS injury management software.
  • Provide immediate care of athletic injuries at all sporting events.
  • Instructed student athletic trainers on caring for athletic injuries.
  • Care and prevention of athletic injuries.
  • Coordinated a complete healthcare program including prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for NFL Football Club.
  • Boost Physical Therapy Kansas City, MO Direct the comprehensive healthcare of athletic injuries sustained by 300+ student-athletes.

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2. Game Coverage

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  • Work in conjunction with athletic directors to maintain medical supply inventory and game coverage coordination.
  • Provided practice and game coverage for contact/collision sports and therapeutic exercise.
  • Provided game coverage for high school events (Football, Wrestling, Boy's and Girl's Basketball).
  • Provide athletic training services, including and not limited to practice and game coverage, and weekend event coverage.
  • Provided game coverage, prevention, treatment, and management of injuries for 63 athletic teams.
  • Earned trust throughout the organization that resulted in ability to select own staff for game coverage
  • Provided practice and home coverage for all sports, away game coverage for football.
  • Provided practice and game coverage for middle school and high school athletics.
  • Practice and game coverage for all teams.
  • Provided daily practice and game coverage.
  • Secured the services of local area physicians to provide assistance with game coverage, physicals and on call injury diagnosis.
  • Practice and game coverage for men's and women's sports Travel with football and emergency on field care.
  • Contracted to provide practice and game coverage for Pleasant Valley High School in Chico, CA.
  • Provided game coverage for Sault High School Junior-Varsity and Varsity Football.
  • Provided baseball game coverage for the Wareham Gatemen of the Cape Cod Baseball League.

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3. Sports Medicine Program

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Here's how Sports Medicine Program is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Administer athletic training and sports medicine programs that increase injury prevention capabilities and expedite recovery from injury.
  • Furthered the effectiveness of sports medicine programs by seamlessly integrating the activities of physicians, coaches, parents and student-athletes.
  • Designed and implemented start up of sports medicine program for high school and junior high student athletes.
  • Produced Sports Medicine Policies and Procedures Manual for Shelby Baptist Sports Medicine Program.
  • Instituted sports medicine program during school's inaugural year.
  • Led the development of the Sports Medicine Program.
  • Managed sports medicine program for 6A athletic program.
  • Administered all aspects of sports medicine program.
  • Instructed students in sports medicine program.
  • Oversee entire sports medicine program including injury evaluations, rehabilitation, physician referrals and budget management.
  • Pioneered sports medicine program at Region 7-AAAAAA Gwinnett County school of more than 1200+ students.
  • Developed Alleman's Sports Medicine Program; including injury and concussion protocols.
  • Created and administered the Sports Medicine Program at Windham High School.
  • Help to manage and administer the sports medicine program.
  • Evaluate and rehabilitate orthopedic injuries Implemented functional movement screen assessment on athletes Develop student sports medicine program
  • Facilitated new injury protocols Established a sports medicine program for the team
  • Selected as the first athletic trainer at school Full time instrutor and Athletic Trainer Developed the Sports Medicine Program for University

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4. Emergency Care

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Here's how Emergency Care is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Provided emergency care related to trauma wounds and orthopedic injuries.
  • Instructed and practiced emergency care of: traumatic head or neck injury, diabetic episodes, and allergic reactions with coaches.
  • Performed evaluations, assessments, rehabilitation, wrapping and taping techniques, emergency care, and preventative care to athletes.
  • Provided emergency care, treatment, preventative taping and bracing, evaluation, and rehabilitation of various injuries.
  • Performed prophylactic taping, emergency care services, injury evaluation, and injury treatment.
  • Provide emergency care to determine whether athletes should be referred to physicians.
  • Established preventative care routines Performed various emergency care services
  • Managed health care (Emergency Care and first aid, Rehab, Treatments etc) of multiplesports teams for 10 years.
  • Developed injury prevention program and evaluation Utilized therapeutic modalities to manage treatment and rehabilitation of sports related injuries Provided emergency care

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5. Injury Prevention Programs

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  • Coordinated community outreach programs (Little League Baseball injury prevention programs, high school weekly injury clinics, etc.).
  • Utilize injury prevention programs for athletes identified to be at risk.

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6. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Provided physical therapy treatments and worked in outpatient rehabilitation department implementing, reviewing, revising and progressing individual PT treatment programs.
  • Developed and implemented orthopedic physical therapy programs under supervision of staff physical therapist at Institute for Athletic Medicine.
  • Performed free injury screening and referrals for walk-in patients and participated in coordinating physical therapy/patient scheduling.
  • Manage and design all aquatic rehabilitation operations / programs for physical therapy patients.
  • Coordinated and supervised medical, physical therapy and surgical referral process for student-athletes.
  • Facilitate on-campus physical therapy services for department of athletics and general student body.
  • Contacted doctors to increase physical therapy referrals.
  • Observed patients and gained an understanding of the Physical Therapy profession as a whole and gained insight into patient care.
  • Worked part-time at a physical therapy clinic in the mornings during interim coverage at the high school.
  • School of HPER, Instructor Boston University Assistant Athletic Trainer Sargent College School of Physical Therapy, Lecturer
  • Assisted the Director of Physical Therapy with the day to day activities of the athletic training program.
  • Contracted through All Access Physical Therapy to refer sports injuries to associated physicians and physical therapists.
  • Provided athletic training services within the physical therapy clinic and at East Meadow High School.
  • Ordered and received equipment for physical therapy clinic as well as maintained supply budget.
  • Assist in providing physical therapy services consistent with skills qualified through skills testing.
  • Provided post-surgical care to patients in the physical therapy department.
  • Created a 3 course academic minor in Sports Physical Therapy
  • Cared for injuries using physical therapy equipment, techniques.
  • Volunteer at the TOA physical therapy clinic with rehabilitations as well as covering sporting events for APSU.
  • Provided full time athletic training services *Taught athletic training class *Provide rehabilitation for patients in outpatient physical therapy

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7. Varsity Sports

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Here's how Varsity Sports is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Provided outreach athletic training services to private high schools for approximately 500 athletes in 18 varsity sports and 2 club sports.
  • Provided first aid, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for 350 student-athletes in 18 varsity sports.
  • Oversee the care, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation for 13 varsity sports!
  • Coordinated the health care of all the athletes involved in the 17 varsity sports.
  • Head Athletic Trainer providing acute care for injuries during varsity sports games and practices.
  • Provided medical coverage and treatment to 18 varsity and junior varsity sports.
  • Head Athletic Trainer for 18 Varsity and Junior Varsity sports teams.

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8. Soccer

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Here's how Soccer is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Provide all athletic training / medical staff coverage for Football, Basketball, Ice Hockey, Soccer and Wrestling sport schedules.
  • Cared for and rehabilitated professional soccer players, as well as handled the duties of travel secretary for the organization
  • Managed all medical care and fitness conditioning for a youth soccer academy consisting of over 100 athletes.
  • Directed athletic training coverage of women's soccer, men's and women's basketball and baseball.
  • Worked closest with Men's and Women's Basketball and Soccer as they were in-season.
  • Implemented portions of the Santa Monica Sports Medicine PEP program into boys/girls Soccer warm-ups.
  • Teach fundamental soccer and life skills to children ranging from two to five years old
  • Coach: X-term & Girls Varsity Soccer Goalie Coach.
  • Led men's and women's soccer teams to the NCAA tournament.
  • Maintain 17 Athletic Fields which include Field Hockey, Boys/Girls Lacrosse,Boys/ Girls Soccer, Football, Softball and Baseball.
  • Provide coverage for many soccer and wrestling tournaments as well as the Ragnar Relay Series.
  • Provided secondary coverage for company sponsored local events, such as soccer tournaments and running races.

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9. Men

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Here's how Men is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Developed policies and procedures for health and safety including emergency action plans and concussion management.
  • Coordinate and implement rehabilitation, strength and conditioning programs for injured athletes.
  • Carried out all prescribed treatments and recommendations by the team/program/event physician.
  • Coordinate doctor appointments with team physicians for team and visiting team as well as provide transportation to appointments as needed.
  • Maintain equipment and medical inventory, put together order requests and accept bids for medical equipment orders.
  • Scheduled and organized all necessary travel arrangements including: flights, hotels, buses, and itineraries.
  • Marketed and sold various sports sponsorship packages as it related to the Medical Trade Agreement.
  • Provided first aid and treatment for all men's and women's athletic team.
  • Coordinate entrance and exit physicals of all athletes within the NBA Developmental League.
  • Mentored and monitored students interested in the field of athletic training.
  • Utilize SportsWare to document injuries, rehabilitative treatments and progress.
  • Maintained working knowledge of NCAA requirements for new student-athletes.
  • Maintain injury prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation programs.
  • Oversee team travel and hotel arraignments throughout the season.
  • Coordinate delivery and pick-up of equipment at each venue.
  • Coordinate and implement strength and conditioning programs.
  • Oversee management of the training room facility.
  • Maintain inventory of equipment and supplies.
  • Advise the head coaches on injured athletes treatments, prognosis, and restrictions.
  • Coordinate treatments, rehabilitations, and evaluations of athletes throughout the school day.

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10. Sports Medicine Coverage

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Here's how Sports Medicine Coverage is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Worked in conjunction with orthopedic surgeons and physicians to provide quality sports medicine coverage to athletes.
  • Provide sports medicine coverage and treatments to all US athletes participating in the games.
  • Provide Sports Medicine coverage for all high school sports teams (300 student-athletes).
  • Provided sports medicine coverage at most high school varsity practices and games.
  • Provided sports medicine coverage for Arena Football team; The Hawaiian Islanders.
  • Provide on-site sports medicine coverage for practices, scrimmages and games.
  • Certified Athletic Trainer responsible for the administration and implementation of the sports medicine coverage, rehabilitation, and education for student athletes
  • Provided sports medicine coverage for Arena Football Team; Florida Firecats.
  • Provided sports medicine coverage for Northwest Florida [jr] College in Niceville, Fl.

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11. Softball

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Here's how Softball is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Evaluated preseason Baseball/Softball throwing/arm mechanics and implemented overhead prevention programs as needed.
  • Served as co-head athletic trainer covering athletic periods throughout the day, including baseball, softball, and spring football.
  • Provide health care to student athletes in men's and women's basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball.
  • Worked closely with Varsity and JV Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Softball.
  • Developed sports performance programs for basketball, wrestling, softball, and track.
  • Contributed to two national titles in woman softball, and men's basketball.
  • Worked with the Director of Facilities to improve Baseball and Softball fields.
  • Supported softball, baseball and cross country programs.
  • Supervised the overall operations of the softball program Provided treatment and rehabilitation care in the athletic training facility
  • Played a key role in supporting athletic training for Florida Firecats Arena II Football, and Florida Gulf Coast University softball.
  • coach of girls' softball (Spring 2013)
  • Head Athletic Trainer for Men's Ice Hockey, Cheerleading, Women's Lacrosse, Softball, and Field Hockey.

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12. Rehabilitation Programs

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Here's how Rehabilitation Programs is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Prepared and administered appropriate rehabilitation programs according to protocol
  • Collaborate with physicians to develop and implement comprehensive rehabilitation programs for athletic injuries and refer for prophylactic bracing when needed.
  • Attended practices and tournaments, maintained daily hydration and nutrition, designed treatment/ rehabilitation programs.
  • Developed rehabilitation programs for injured athletes; monitored all Olympic training sessions.
  • Implemented treatment and rehabilitation programs under the supervision of a physician.
  • Designed and implemented rehabilitation programs for injured athletes.
  • Assessed appropriate treatment and managed rehabilitation programs.
  • Developed rehabilitation programs for injured athletes.
  • Designed and implemented post-injury rehabilitation programs.
  • Develop and implementation of rehabilitation programs.
  • Develop and administer rehabilitation programs.
  • Designed and facilitated rehabilitation programs.
  • Develop rehabilitation programs for range of orthopedic issues including but not limited to strains, sprains, contusions and fractures.
  • Prevented injuries by creating individual workout routines and rehabilitation programs for athletes of all high school sports.
  • Implemented advanced manual therapies and developed individualized rehabilitation programs for musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Designed new Geisinger Orthopedic Rehabilitation Programs.
  • Evaluated potential injuries for over 600 athletes, prepare and deliver rehabilitation programs and provide on going education and prevention techniques.
  • Establish rehabilitation programs for jai-alai related injuries while under the care of the team's orthopedic physician.
  • Provide rehabilitation programs for athletes at Lakeville South High School.
  • Orchestrated and progressed rehabilitation programs Evaluated injuries and conducted necessary treatments Mentored training students during rotations and orthopedic assessment class

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13. Volleyball

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Here's how Volleyball is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Implemented volleyball training and conditioning program alongside Strength and Conditioning coach from Rock Valley's Quad City Sports Performance.
  • Provide leadership and supervision of both cross country/ track and field graduate assistant and volleyball graduate assistant.
  • Head ATC for Gonzaga Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, and Volleyball camps.

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14. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Coordinated multidisciplinary health care services with a variety of providers including neurologists, orthopedic and primary care physicians.
  • Coordinate services with other health care professionals including interacting with physicians, physical therapists, and physician assistants.
  • Maintained health care records using a recognized, comprehensive recording process in order to document procedures/services.
  • Coordinate with Team Physicians and ancillary health care providers/support.
  • Provide athletic training/ health care services within the scope of Athletic Training as outlined in the State of Florida's legislation.
  • Contacted physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists, and other health care professionals to come in and evaluate 250+ athletes.
  • Worked directly with health care licensed physicians, health care providers and professionals, athletic administrators, coaches and parents.
  • Refer student athletes to the team physician, hospital emergency room, or allied health care specialists as needed.
  • Maintained detailed health care records of injuries and services rendered by athletic training staff and team physicians.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with health care professionals providing care to student athletes.
  • Traveled with the team and was responsible for all aspects of health care.
  • Managed the complete health care of the Division I ice hockey team.
  • Acted as a liaison with team physicians and allied health care professionals
  • Manage the complete health care needs of the football team.
  • Communicate with physicians concerning the health care of student-athletes.
  • Provide health care for 300+ student athletes.
  • Provided health care for all teams.
  • Scheduled and supervised pre-participation sports physicals, coordinating with area health care specialists.
  • Administered health care to all varsity and junior varsity athletes Supervised one high school and one collegiate Athletic Training Student
  • Provided health care for all student-athletes including prevention, evaluation, rehabilitation, and treatment of athletic injuries.

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15. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Developed filing procedure for all annual physicals and medical records ensuring that privacy and confidentiality were maintained for each student-athlete.
  • Maintained medical records for all student-athletes and ensured accuracy in completion of reports and patient documentation.
  • Maintain up-to-date comprehensive electronic medical records for all players in the organization.
  • Maintain proper medical records, rehabilitation reports and injury reports.
  • Maintain electronic medical records of daily medical patient interventions.
  • Maintained accurate medical records for all student-athletes.
  • Maintained all athletes' medical records and processed all insurance claims with the colleges' preliminary and secondary policies.
  • Manage all administrative duties of the athletic training room including budget, supplies, medical records and injury/illness documentation.
  • Review physician's referral and patient's medical records to help determine diagnosis and physical therapy treatment required.
  • Maintain medical records and referrals to Physicians and Physical Therapists for plan of care.
  • Maintained, filed and managed athletes' medical records.
  • Maintain medical records of medical physicals, medical clearance.
  • Maintained accurate medical records, budget and ordering supplies.
  • Maintained current and up to date medical records.
  • Maintain current medical records of all athletes.
  • Maintained athletes' medical records.
  • Establish and maintain medical records.
  • Maintained electronic medical records for injury tracking and injury reports.
  • Lead player healthcare in the areas of preventive medicine, treatments, rehabilitation services and medical records.
  • Designed and implemented new record keeping procedures for medical records in compliance with HIPPA regulations.

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Here's how Ncaa is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Partnered with athletic administrators to develop departmental drug testing and medical waiver procedures in alignment with NCAA policy.
  • Revised drug-testing policy and administered NCAA drug testing.
  • Coordinated university and NCAA drug-testing program.
  • Head Athletic Trainer responsible for the safe participation of the student-athletes in 15 NCAA Division I & II varsity athletic sports.
  • Supervised all facets of an athletic training program including drug testing for a NCAA Division II institution with 300 Student Athletes.
  • Designed, implemented and supervised exercise testing and team and position specific workouts for all NCAA sanctioned teams.
  • Managed administration and delivery of athletic training services for 14 sports in NCAA Div-I athletics program.
  • Coordinated on-site NCAA Drug Testing program for NCAA Baseball Regional Championships hosted by WSU.
  • Provided athletic training services to 300 athletes in a NCAA Division II athletic program.
  • Developed NCAA rules compliance education programs for coaching and administrative staff.
  • Head Athletic Trainer for NCAA Div.
  • Participated in the NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Regional Championship in 1995, 1996, 1997, 2003, 2004
  • Provide coverage for sixteen (16) intercollegiate NCAA Division I sports.

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17. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Managed continuous care with insurance companies and medical imaging services.
  • Communicated with insurance companies for additional visits for patients.
  • Worked with insurance companies on workman's compensation claims.

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18. Injury Evaluation

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Here's how Injury Evaluation is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Provided daily medical coverage to include injury evaluations & management, injury prevention and rehabilitation.
  • Perform injury evaluations and provide appropriate diagnoses and treatments.
  • Performed many specific injury evaluations and multiple diagnoses.
  • Maintained athletes medical files/emergency forms/injury evaluation forms.
  • Head athletic trainer for tournament, provided injury evaluations and first aid, and made return to play decisions.
  • Complete daily paperwork - Injury evaluations, Accident Reports, Parent Notes, etc.
  • Use ImPACT software to establish cognitive baseline and post injury evaluation of student athletes
  • Perform injury evaluations in athletic Training room and on the field.

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19. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Managed all aspects of medical care including injury prevention, immediate care, rehabilitation and medical administration for Division I athletes.
  • Coordinated medical care for professional football team.
  • Assist with medical care for SIU post-collegiate athletes' competing in USA National Championships, Worlds and Olympic Trials.
  • Developed a team of athletic trainers to assist in the medical care and recovery of all athletic injuries.
  • Attend all home and road games and practices and provide first aid and emergency medical care to players.
  • Managed Training Room including ordering of all supplies and rehab and medical care of athletes and staff.
  • Provided medical assessments and acute and long term medical care as prescribed by local and national standards.
  • Provided medical care for speed skaters training in Milwaukee at all levels, including Olympic team.
  • Directed and handled all the medical care and rehabilitation for our high school athletes.
  • Steer medical care and injury treatment procedures that balance athlete well-being with competitive objectives.
  • Provided on the field emergency medical care and follow up rehab.
  • Coordinate All Aspects of Medical Care for Players and Staff
  • Provided medical care and appropriate referral when needed.
  • Coordinated medical care for 80 elite athletes * Disseminated appropriate injury information to media and scouts
  • Provided immediate medical care, injury prevention and treatment for numeroushigh school sporting events within the Portland community.
  • Provide medical care for the student-athletes of Broward College.

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20. Student Athletes

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Here's how Student Athletes is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Automated medical files to eliminate paper documents, prepared and disseminated post-season health review survey to student athletes.
  • Organized and implemented yearly physicals for student athletes.
  • Provided athletic training services to over 800 student athletes and taught classes of Health, Sports Medicine, and Personal Fitness.
  • Incorporate skills in assessment, management, treatment, rehabilitation and recondition of student athletes.
  • Communicated with student athletes, coaches, doctors, and parents on a daily basis.
  • Assisted the Head Athletic Trainer in taping all student athletes before practice and games.
  • Head open hours in training room for orthopedic evaluation and rehabilitation for student athletes.
  • Contracted to Springfield School District * Responsible for care of all student athletes.
  • Coordinate physical exams for all student athletes throughout the entire district.
  • Provided educational seminars to coaches, parents, and student athletes.
  • Size and educated student athletes on how to use their DME.
  • Design and incorporate injury prevention and therapy plans for student athletes.
  • Provided taping and bracing for student athletes as needed.
  • Educate student athletes and parents of athletic injuries.
  • Administered first aid to injured student athletes.
  • Manage insurance claims for student athletes.
  • Provided appropriate modalities for student athletes.
  • Educated student athletes on management of medical conditions (e.g.
  • Administered rehabilitative services and care Educated student athletes on injury prevention Provided athletic training services to all practices and home events.
  • Evaluate student athletes, create rehabilitation programs, and provide taping and wrapping techniques.

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21. Injury Reports

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Here's how Injury Reports is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Monitored all injury reports and rehabilitation plans and progress.
  • Maintained student-athlete injury reports and daily treatment logs.
  • Informed coaches of athletes' return to play status, updated injury reports and assigned task for other student athletic trainers.
  • Instituted record keeping and filing system for all injury reports, insurance data, and doctor notes for coaches.
  • Order athletic training supplies, produce monthly athletic injury reports while reviewing with team's general and player manager
  • Supervised, reviewed, and verified injury reports and medical records and take appropriate action as required.
  • Organize and maintain physicals, injury reports and insurance claims for 1000 athletes.
  • Fill out injury reports and keep track of injury records.
  • Submit daily injury reports to coaches and strength staff.
  • Maintained detailed record keeping including medical history, pre-participation examinations, injury reports, treatment records, and rehabilitation programs.
  • Submitted injury reports for insurance in a timely manner.

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22. Athletic Training Department

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Here's how Athletic Training Department is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Assumed fiscal responsibility for the Athletic Training Department.
  • Organized and planned the budget for the Athletic Training Department with proper inventory and supplies needed.
  • Developed the first athletic training department.

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23. Emergency Action Plan

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Here's how Emergency Action Plan is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Collaborate with associates on logistics associated with field operations and safety as well as emergency action plans.
  • Developed recognized safety protocols and emergency action plans that earned endorsement by Coaches and Administration.
  • Updated and implemented emergency action plans.
  • Work with team doctors to assure an emergency action plan is updated and in place.
  • Educated coaches on the emergency action plan, policies, procedures and concussion legislation
  • Established emergency action plans for coaches and facilities being used.
  • Created emergency action plans for all 41 teams sport events.
  • Reviewed, redesigned, and implemented extreme weather and emergency action plan policies for 8 different venues within the athletic department.
  • Established Valley View ISD Concussion Oversight Team Developed, implemented and practiced Emergency Action Plan(s).
  • Manage budget and ordering supplies for the Judy Rose Athletic Training Facility Install new emergency action plan for new football facility.
  • Review and implement emergency action plan for Alumni Athletic Fieldhouse.

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24. Immediate Care

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Here's how Immediate Care is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Interned under head athletic trainers in the prevention, immediate care and rehabilitation of injuries of collegiate athletes
  • Evaluate and provide immediate care of sport injuries for over 350 student athletes.
  • Perform on-field evaluations and provide immediate care to return athlete to play.
  • Recognized, evaluated, and rendered immediate care of injuries.
  • Provided immediate care for injured athletes Created and implemented rehabilitation programs Applied preventative measures (e.g.

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Here's how CPR is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Instruct and certify coaches, teacher, and other staff in CPR and first aid.
  • Instruct West Perry School District support staff in first aid/CPR/AED for the adult and child.
  • Created the curriculum and instructed AED, CPR and First Aid for Upper School students.
  • Instructed two classes: First Aid and CPR and Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries.
  • Ensured monthly checks, adequate CPR/AED training (over 100 persons) in schools.
  • Maintain BOC and CPR certification in accordance with those respective institutions.
  • Prepare and administer athletic department CPR & First Aid training.
  • Instructed coaches and school staff CPR and First Aid Training.
  • Teach care and prevention as well as First Aid/CPR.
  • Instructed CPR/AED/First Aid certification courses for coaching staff.
  • Red Cross Certified Instructor for Adult CPR/AED/First Aid.
  • Certified teachers and coaches yearly in CPR.
  • Organized CPR training for Coaching Staff.
  • Conduct staff CPR/First Aid certification courses.
  • Conduct CPR/AED training for coaches.
  • Instruct coaches, administrators, and teachers in First Aid, CPR, and AED.
  • Administer CPR/AED/First Aid training to head coaches.
  • Managed Athletic Training Room Asses and treat injured athletes Manage records on all student athletes Instruct coaches in CPR

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Here's how III is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Create strength and conditioning programs for collegiate (NCAA Division III) teams.
  • Provided athletic training care for 13 intercollegiate sports at Division III level.
  • Started the Athletic Training program for 10 Division III athletic teams.
  • Served as certified athletic trainer for NCAA division III college.
  • Head Athletic Trainer for 24 Division III sports.

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27. Therapeutic Exercises

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28. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Maintained inventory, ordered medical supplies and managed budget.
  • Practice and game setup for all athletic teams including ice, water, medical supplies, etc.
  • Maintained a running inventory and ordered medical supplies prior to and during the camp 2.
  • Maintained budget for medical supplies and on site fitness equipment
  • Supervised and instructed the student trainers' (football) club Responsible for ordering medical supplies for the high school.

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29. High Schools

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Here's how High Schools is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Assisted in the recruitment of new local area high schools into the Shelby Baptist Sports Medicine Program.
  • Developed outreach program for area high schools, and supervised student athletic trainers at various schools.
  • Provided injury evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation to over 40 teams from both high schools.
  • Placed the program at the top of all MSR high schools in Frederick County.
  • Developed nutritional guide for athletes which was distributed to all 25 county high schools.
  • Organized scheduling of athletic training coverage for colleges and high schools.
  • Supervised Certified Athletic Trainers assigned to Team HEAL high schools.
  • Head athletic trainer for Patrick Henry and Horizon High Schools
  • Provide daily medical coverage for high schools, provide performance and sports specific training and rehabilitation of injuries .
  • Assigned to Manual Arts High School Coordinated and led athletic training services for Team HEAL high schools in metro-Los Angeles.

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30. Injury Management

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Here's how Injury Management is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Implemented policies and procedures for injury management system.
  • Created Parent Handbook 'Sports Injury Management.'

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31. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Co-Authored policy and procedure manual for medical staff.
  • Referred athletes for diagnostic and follow up procedures with appropriate medical staff.
  • Directed and prepared medical staff for coverage during games and practices.
  • Managed medical budgets, x-ray facility and support medical staff.
  • Coordinate with major league club athletic trainers and medical staff.
  • Trained and instructed 10 student-trainers in assisting medical staff.
  • Facilitated startup American Football college program in Harbin, China as the Athletic Training Certified and medical staff.
  • Handled workman's compensation billing and medical administration serving as an intermediary between Toronto Bluejays office and Lugnuts medical staff.

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32. Crisis Intervention

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33. Medical Referrals

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Here's how Medical Referrals is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Coordinate all medical referrals to team physicians, physical therapists, and all other outside medical providers.
  • Assist in insurance claims for medical referrals of student-athletes.

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34. Medical Personnel

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Here's how Medical Personnel is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Coordinated on-field injury management and transportation with visiting teams and emergency medical personnel.
  • Instruct coaches, athletes, parents, medical personnel, or community members in the care and prevention of athletic injuries.

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35. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Supervised technicians and equipped them with information necessary to provide quality patient care.
  • Maintained premium patient care at all times and earned highest possible rating of exemplary on performance review.
  • Skilled at using EPIC computer system for patient care.
  • Assisted physical therapists with patient care.
  • Assisted in patient care and rehabilitation.
  • Assist physicians with patient care.
  • Worked directly with four Orthopaedic Surgeons and three Primary Care Physicians to provide patient care.

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36. Practice Coverage

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Here's how Practice Coverage is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Team coverage assignments, including injury management, practice coverage, and competition coverage for over 30 teams.
  • Provided game and practice coverage for teams traveling without an ATC.
  • Provide game and practice coverage to in-season sports.

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37. Physical Examinations

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Here's how Physical Examinations is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Coordinated physical examinations, budget, inventory, drug testing and insurance claims processes.
  • Organized and assisted pre-participation physical examinations.

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38. Anatomy

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Here's how Anatomy is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Evaluated athletic injuries and utilized concepts of physiology and anatomy to provide effective treatment.
  • Focused on basic anatomy, triage, injury evaluation.
  • Manage concussion return to play protocol.Instructor Kin 207 Human Anatomy course.

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39. Annual Budget

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Here's how Annual Budget is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Prepared annual budget for training room facility inventory and manage medical and training supplies.
  • Assist with annual budget for sports medicine program and maintain program inventory.
  • Managed annual budget and athletic training room equipment.
  • Create an annual budget for expendable and non-expendable supplies for the operation of the training room.

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40. News Stories

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41. Naia

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Here's how Naia is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Lead athletic trainer for NAIA National Champion Men & Women's Track & Field team.
  • Served as certified athletic trainer for NAIA I school.

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42. Chronic Injuries

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Here's how Chronic Injuries is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Design rehabilitative plans for postoperative to chronic injuries.
  • Evaluate acute and chronic injuries and refer to a specialist where appropriate.
  • Evaluated acute, sub acute, and chronic injuries.
  • worked with many active duty soldiers recovering from surgeries/chronic injuries, who came to clinic during their regular PT hours

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43. Medical Services

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Here's how Medical Services is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Established and enforced an emergency action-plan area emergency medical services and local hospitals.
  • Coordinated all medical services for professional soccer team.
  • Coordinate medical services between athletes and physicians.
  • Coordinate and oversee all medical services for a professional football team

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44. Pre-Participation Physicals

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Here's how Pre-Participation Physicals is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Organized pre-participation physicals, evaluated lower and upper extremity injuries, maintained a safe environment and other administrative duties.
  • Organized and input data of over 1,000 athletic pre-participation physicals annually.
  • Coordinate and schedule physician clinics and pre-participation physicals.
  • Coordinated with team physicians for pre-participation physicals.
  • Attend sports activities, football games and assist with pre-participation physicals and wrestling weight certifications.
  • Assisted with organization and preparation pre-participation physicals and closely screen all athletes' pre-participation physicals.

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45. Staff Members

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46. Injury Care

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Here's how Injury Care is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Provided on-site medical evaluation, injury care, and medical coverage for K-12 student-athletes, staff, coaches, and faculty.
  • Provided first aid and injury care for student athletes during practices and games.
  • Provide preventative and post-injury care as well as massage therapy care.
  • Provide injury care for the Boy's Basketball program.
  • Oversee all aspects of injury care, rehabilitation.
  • Provided medical coverage at all appropriate games and practices for all sports * Evaluated all injuries and provided proper post-injury care.
  • Head Athletic Trainer - Hinsdale Central HS (2002-2011) - Provided daily injury care/coverage to 27 sports/81 teams.
  • Provided injury care by the use of modalities, on field evaluations, splinting, and taping.
  • Screened athletes and Monitored over all Well-being Facilitated safety and injury care at all sport functions.
  • Lead and mentor staff of 6 Oversee all aspects of injury care, rehabilitation and pre-participation physicals.

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47. NBA

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Here's how NBA is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Head athletic trainer for the WNBA Chicago Sky basketball team.
  • Communicated to NBA Athletic Trainers concerning athlete's injury status.

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48. Injury Assessment

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Here's how Injury Assessment is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Document all information pertinent to injury assessment, prevention and maintenance.
  • Recognized expert in injury assessment, evaluation and diagnosis.

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49. Orthopedics

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Here's how Orthopedics is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Coordinate with Team Physicians and Allied Health Professionals at Hampton Roads Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.
  • Shadow of local MDs to gain clinical experience in orthopedics and pediatric head injuries.
  • Managed relationships with Central Georgia Orthopedics and MGC Health Sciences Pre-Sports Medicine Program.

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50. Sports Injuries

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Here's how Sports Injuries is used in Head Athletic Trainer jobs:
  • Maintained accurate records of injuries, treatments and managed the insurance claim forms for sports injuries treated by a physician.
  • Provided prevention, care, and rehabilitation of all sports injuries for the athletic teams at the high school

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20 Most Common Skills For A Head Athletic Trainer

Athletic Injuries

26.9%

Game Coverage

12.2%

Sports Medicine Program

8.8%

Emergency Care

5.5%

Injury Prevention Programs

4.3%

Physical Therapy

4.3%

Varsity Sports

3.9%

Soccer

3.8%

Men

3.7%

Sports Medicine Coverage

3.3%

Softball

3.2%

Rehabilitation Programs

3.1%

Volleyball

3.0%

Health Care

2.4%

Medical Records

2.3%

Ncaa

2.1%

Insurance Companies

2.0%

Injury Evaluation

2.0%

Medical Care

1.8%

Student Athletes

1.4%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Head Athletic Trainer

Rank Skill
1 Athletic Injuries 22.2%
2 Game Coverage 10.0%
3 Sports Medicine Program 7.2%
4 Emergency Care 4.6%
5 Injury Prevention Programs 3.6%
6 Physical Therapy 3.5%
7 Varsity Sports 3.2%
8 Soccer 3.2%
9 Men 3.0%
10 Sports Medicine Coverage 2.7%
11 Softball 2.6%
12 Rehabilitation Programs 2.6%
13 Volleyball 2.5%
14 Health Care 2.0%
15 Medical Records 1.9%
16 Ncaa 1.7%
17 Insurance Companies 1.6%
18 Injury Evaluation 1.6%
19 Medical Care 1.5%
20 Student Athletes 1.1%
21 Injury Reports 1.1%
22 Athletic Training Department 1.0%
23 Emergency Action Plan 0.9%
24 Immediate Care 0.8%
25 CPR 0.7%
26 III 0.7%
27 Therapeutic Exercises 0.7%
28 Medical Supplies 0.7%
29 High Schools 0.7%
30 Injury Management 0.7%
31 Medical Staff 0.7%
32 Crisis Intervention 0.6%
33 Medical Referrals 0.6%
34 Medical Personnel 0.6%
35 Patient Care 0.5%
36 Practice Coverage 0.5%
37 Physical Examinations 0.5%
38 Anatomy 0.5%
39 Annual Budget 0.5%
40 News Stories 0.5%
41 Naia 0.5%
42 Chronic Injuries 0.5%
43 Medical Services 0.5%
44 Pre-Participation Physicals 0.4%
45 Staff Members 0.4%
46 Injury Care 0.4%
47 NBA 0.4%
48 Injury Assessment 0.4%
49 Orthopedics 0.4%
50 Sports Injuries 0.4%
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