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Top Sports Medicine Trainer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Sports Medicine Trainer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Sports Medicine Trainer resumes they appeared on. For example, 30.2% of Sports Medicine Trainer resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Sports Medicine Trainer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Sports Medicine Trainer resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Provided quality patient care, created and executed rehabilitation programs, and maintained proper documentation standards.
  • Supervised technicians and equipped them with information necessary to provide quality patient care.
  • Supervised technicians and equipped them with information necessary to provide quality patient care.
  • Utilized strong assessment skills to determine necessary patient care
  • Facilitated insurance approval for ongoing patient care.
  • Coordinated and provided patient care that included assessment, treatment, education, and rehabilitation of injuries sustained during Training.

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2. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Received intensive medical training including CPR and First Aid certification.
  • Certified student trainers and coaching staff in basic first aid and CPR through the American Red Cross.
  • Provided first aid and CPR as needed, cleaning athletic training room (tables, counters, whirlpools, etc.)
  • Managed, and taught CPR, AED, and First Aid certification classes for all athletic coaches in our district.
  • Served as a teaching assistant for CPR and First Aid classes.
  • Educated all facility employees in yearly CPR and First Aid as an American Red Cross Instructor.

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3. Sports Medicine

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Here's how Sports Medicine is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Evaluated injuries and assisted sports medicine directors in treatment of student athletes
  • Attained and applied skills in sports medicine, provided medical care, and administered rehab services to student athletes.
  • Created and wrote articles for sports medicine newsletter by Columbia St. Mary's AthleticForce Sports Medicine.
  • Logged in over 4000 hours working with The Citadel Sports Medicine team.
  • Assisted Keuka College Athletic Sports Trainer at different sports events by performing multiple tasks including sports medicine and first aid.
  • Increased enthusiasm for the field of sports medicine Gained knowledge about treating sports injuries

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4. DME

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Here's how DME is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Worked for Illinois Bone and Joint as a DME specialist.
  • Maintained inventory concerning DME and Electrotherapy products.
  • Applied/removed casts and splints, wound care management, assisted with DME application, billing, and pre-authorizations.
  • Assisted as DME Coordinator / physician extender duties at Hinsdale Orthopaedics.

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5. Athletic Training Services

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Here's how Athletic Training Services is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Provided Athletic Training services for gymnasts as well as designing and implementing rehabilitation programs and strength and conditioning programs.
  • Provided athletic training services to all Division I athletic teams- Daily supervision of athletic training students and student workers
  • Assisted 5 Physical Therapists with outpatient orthopedic clinic rehabilitation services Provided athletic training services to Evergreen High School
  • Provided high school athletes with athletic training services including preventative taping, and on-field acute injury management.
  • Worked alongside two athletic trainers to provide athletic training services to Virginia AA Wrestling Regional Tournament
  • Provided athletic training services to students and athletes with orthopedic injuries and medical conditions.

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6. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Coordinated student-athlete personal insurance, university secondary insurance and appointments: vision, student-health, dental, physician and physical therapy.
  • Provided physical therapy treatments and worked in outpatient rehabilitation department implementing, reviewing, revising and progressing individual PT treatment programs.
  • Consulted with nursing staff and physicians to determine patient requirements for physical therapy and to ensure excellent care and customer-service.
  • Developed and implemented orthopedic physical therapy programs under supervision of staff physical therapist at Institute for Athletic Medicine.
  • Shadowed at Lakewood Family Medicine under physician, Excel-R-Ation Physical Therapy, and assisted with athletic training care at
  • Assisted in rehabilitation for physical therapy clients including soft tissue mobilization, flexibility, and rehab exercises.

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7. Injury Prevention

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Here's how Injury Prevention is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Included performing injury prevention exercises and utilizing electronic evaluation documentation to efficiently enter billing information
  • Provided coverage for all sports which included; injury prevention, evaluation/examination, treatment and Physician referrals as necessary.
  • Created Custom Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation Programs that minimized re-injury, returned client to full functionality in daily activities.
  • Assisted in rehabilitation of athletes.- Prepared athletic field of play for practice and games.- Provided injury prevention and maintenance.
  • Supervised all areas of athletic training including injury prevention and care, rehabilitation, administration, and counseling.
  • Supervised all areas of athletic training including injury prevention and evaluation, injury management, rehabilitation and administration.

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8. Student Athletes

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Here's how Student Athletes is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Developed cooperative working relationships and lines of communication with competing medical practices for coordinated care of the local student athletes.
  • Created and delivered preseason presentations to educate student athletes on their roles and responsibilities and those of certified athletic trainers.
  • Assisted with rehabilitation and reconditioning programs/tracking software for injured student athletes under the supervision of the head athletic trainer.
  • Automated medical files to eliminate paper documents, prepared and disseminated post-season health review survey to student athletes.
  • Coordinated, wrote, and facilitated rehabilitation sequences for post-injury and post-surgical student athletes.
  • Collaborated with the Team Physician to optimize activity and participation of student athletes.

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9. Medical Coverage

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Here's how Medical Coverage is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Managed coordination and scheduling of 2 student athletic trainers, guaranteeing proper medical coverage of practices and competitions.
  • Provided medical coverage for athletic practices and competitions.
  • Organized volunteer groups for medical coverage for various marathons.
  • Provided medical coverage for practices and competitions.
  • Involved in medical coverage for competition
  • Coordinated game day operations, travel arrangements and provided medical coverage for football, women's volleyball, and aquatics.

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10. Football Players

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Here's how Football Players is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Assisted the head athletic trainer to prevent and treat all athletic injuries at WKU, more specifically football players.
  • Prevented and examined injuries of football players.
  • Assisted the high school football players with any injuries during Camp Kiffin - Rising Stars.
  • Taped, stretched, and evaluated injuries Administered Pre-Participation Examinations Sized sports equipment for football players

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11. Injury Reports

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Here's how Injury Reports is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Taped and Wrapped athletes Set up and broke down athletic events Assisted in rehabilitation of athletes Assisted in writing injury reports
  • Developed post-surgical rehabilitation plans, injury reports, and communicated closely with coaching staffs.
  • Monitored all injury reports and rehabilitation plans and progress.
  • Maintained student-athlete injury reports and daily treatment logs.
  • Filed patient information and injury reports.
  • Recorded injury reports into computer.

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12. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Organized maintained and inventoried equipment, uniforms and medical supplies.
  • Supervised inventory and ordering of new medical supplies.
  • Maintained inventory, ordered medical supplies and managed budget.
  • Monitored expiration of medical supplies and medications.
  • Monitored expiration of medical supplies and medications.
  • Developed inventory management system that supplied 10 Industrial Athlete centers with medical supplies.

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13. Communication

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Here's how Communication is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Maintained ongoing communication with customers regarding merchandise and responded to customer concerns.
  • Coordinated communication between players and medical providers to simplify transition of injuries to appropriate medical facilities.
  • Assisted in managerial responsibilities when needed, including facilitating communication between management and staff members.
  • Utilized communication and teamwork skills to work cooperatively in a group environment.
  • Documented of records for athletes to ensure communication with physicians.
  • Confronted teamwork conflicts with resolutions developed by communication skills.

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14. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Sports Medicine Trainer jobs:
  • Maintained filing procedure for all annual physicals and existing medical records ensuring that privacy and confidentiality are maintained for each student-athlete.
  • Developed filing procedure for all annual physicals and medical records ensuring that privacy and confidentiality were maintained for each student-athlete.
  • Improved medical records and documentation procedures by collaborating with the administration to implement an electronic medical records system.
  • Documented patients' medical records including: injury assessments, treatment and rehabilitation progress on SportsWare injury tracking software.
  • Assisted ATC in documenting injuries utilizing digital medical records and performed appropriate filing of medical records.
  • Communicated clearly and concisely providing detailed injury documentation and accurate medical records using electronic medical software.

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14 Most Common Skill For A Sports Medicine Trainer

Patient Care30.2%
CPR15%
Sports Medicine13%
DME11.6%
Athletic Training Services8.5%
Physical Therapy5.6%
Injury Prevention5.1%
Student Athletes5.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Sports Medicine Trainer

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
30.2%
30.2%
2
2
CPR
CPR
15%
15%
3
3
Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine
13%
13%
4
4
DME
DME
11.6%
11.6%
5
5
Athletic Training Services
Athletic Training Services
8.5%
8.5%
6
6
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
5.6%
5.6%
7
7
Injury Prevention
Injury Prevention
5.1%
5.1%
8
8
Student Athletes
Student Athletes
5.1%
5.1%
9
9
Medical Coverage
Medical Coverage
1.4%
1.4%
10
10
Football Players
Football Players
1.1%
1.1%
11
11
Injury Reports
Injury Reports
0.8%
0.8%
12
12
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
0.8%
0.8%
13
13
Communication
Communication
0.8%
0.8%
14
14
Medical Records
Medical Records
0.8%
0.8%

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