Athletic Training Services – Keeping Athletes in Action
Having a Certified Athletic Trainer (AT) on staff is one of the most important things an Athletic Program can do to keep its athletes healthy and on the field. Professional Athletic Training Services’ ATs provide a wide range of critical services, including:
- Prevention of Injuries
- Early Recognition, Identification, Evaluation, and Care of Injuries
- Referral of Injured Athletes to appropriate medical professionals, with expedited appointments
- Healthcare Administration, including medical and insurance recordkeeping, documentation, reporting of injuries, and budgeting
- Education and Training of Coaches, Parents, and Athletes on many topics including Concussions and Injury Prevention
- Free Injury Screenings for athletes and staff
The Professional Advantage
Professional Physical Therapy was founded by Athletic Trainers who understand how to provide the highest quality athletic training services for athletes. With multiple ATs on staff, Professional’s Sports Medicine Department has the largest team in the New York Metro area, serving schools in Westchester, Long Island, New York City, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, as well as per diem coverage for more than 2000 events each year.
As licensed healthcare professionals, all ATs require a Bachelor’s degree at minimum, as well as appropriate certification. More than 70 percent of ATs at Professional hold at least a Master’s degree, and all are certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), the national Board of Certification (BOC), licensed by New York State and/or New Jersey, and CPR certified.
To learn more about what Professional Athletic Training Services can do for you and your Athletic Program, contact Angelo Marsella, Professional’s Director of Sports Medicine at email@example.com.