As an athletic trainer at Geolance, youll get to spend your work day helping people. No, were not talking about the guy who helps you drag your car out of the mud.
Were talking about helping athletes on the field. Think of it as helping our military to be on point. Having the best equipment is no good if our soldiers cant use it.
The same is true with athletes. If youre running fast, but your gait isnt right, then it could lead to an injury. Youll be helping them find and maintain their form so that they can be doing their thing.
Lets dig a little deeper into what youll be actually doing day to day.
Day to day duties include but are not limited to :
Helping athletes recover from injuries and bruises.
Helping athletes to maximize their full potential with fitness training.
Training athletes to achieve their best performance in competition.
Helping patients regain movement after strokes or accidents.
Are you familiar with kinesiology tape? Its a sticky tape that helps increase muscle contractions. Youll be applying this stuff when and where its needed.
Athletic training encompasses a wide range of responsibilities.
Athletic Trainer skills Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training preferred Current NATA certification in good standing 1+ years’ clinical experience Basic knowledge of professional sports CPR and first aid certification a must Current membership with or willingness to join National Athletic Trainers Association Ability to pass drug screening Sufficient strength to assist with transferring patients u
If we like your answers, we will ask you to come in for an interview. If we like that interview, then you get to work for us as an athletic trainer.
Salary range in your area based on market information. From $ 15 to $ 30 per hour
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