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"I worked with many great athletes and coaches, allowing me the opportunity to gain experience and confidence that without, I wouldn’t be where I am today. LSSU not only gave me my undergraduate education but I gained lifelong friends and connections that will go with me in whatever endeavor that I attempt. Athletic Training at LSSU changed my life and changed my goal in life for the better. "

Andrea Cripps
ATEP
Graduate Assistant
Central Michigan University

Athletic Training

Committed to an integrated relationship between the athletic training students' didactic and clinical experiences
Alumni
 
Great Program!

Our graduates succeed!

  • Athletic Training
  • Personal Training
  • Strength Training
  • Physical Therapy
  • Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Medical School
  • Nursing
  • Athletic Director
  • Animal Therapy

Many of our alumni continue their education:

  • Central Michigan University
  • George Washington University
  • Lake Superior State University
  • Michigan State University
  • Northern Michigan University
  • Olivet College
  • Rochester College
  • Southfield Christian
  • Stedman Hawkins Clinic
  • Superior Performance
  • University of Findlay Ohio
  • University of Tennessee
  • War Memorial Hospital
  • Wayne State University

 


  

"LSSU’s Athletic Training program is a great program. Class sizes are small, allowing more one-on-one time with the professors, athletic trainers, and athletes. Students are able to observe and interact with the athletic trainers and athletes at an early stage in the AT program. In LSSU’s AT program, students are able to observe and interact in some great settings: all sports at LSSU, LSSU’s Health Care Center, orthopedic surgeon’s offices, and a physical therapy setting. Senior year rotations allow students to perform many of the tasks that ATC’s are able to carry out. If you’re looking for a top notch Athletic Training program, come to LSSU where everyone knows you!"

--Kara Hurban ATC

"I attended the Sports Medicine program from 1998-2002. In that time I learned a tremendous amount of information from injury prevention to on the field training. This allowed me to pass my national certification boards and further my education. My acceptance into physical therapy school was because of my undergraduate education. I was ahead of the curve when it came to anatomy, exercise prescription, modalities, etc. Every clinical rotation in physical therapy noticed that I had experience in the field when compared to students prior. Personally, I don’t think I would have had the success or acceptance into the Doctorate in Physical Therapy program without the education received at LSSU. Furthermore, my pay scale was increased because of my dual degree and ability to start rehabilitation programs without assistance. The importance of the Sports Medicine program at LSSU allows students to further their education and accomplish goals that no other program can provide. "

--Nolan McIntosh PT, DPT, ATC
Crossroads Physical Therapy

   
Recent Graduates in the Spring 2014 Newsletter
   
School of Recreation Studies and Exercise Science School of Recreation Studies and Exercise Science Spring 2014 Newsletter (pdf)

A Dynamic Duo

Katia Locke and Atlas

LSSU athletic training student Katia Locke and her leader dog in training, Atlas, pose with steel water bottles being sold to benefit LSSU's Student Athletic Training Association and the Leaderdog for the Blind Foundation. More than 200 of the $10 bottles are on sale at the LSSU athletic training department while supplies last. Locke is training Atlas until spring, when the dog gets matched to a visually impaired person for further training. [ more ]

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