From doctors to nurses to PTs and athletic trainers, burnout is all too common among medical professionals. The combination of long hours, weekends, and a lack of personal time can lead to diminished interest among even the most dedicated clinicians.
March was National Athletic Training Month, and the NATA once again did a great job building awareness of emerging trends and innovations in our field. Now more than ever, medical professionals and laypeople alike recognize the tremendous role athletic trainers.
Athletic trainers know time is their most precious resource. Whether you’re treating an athlete on the sidelines or taping an ankle in the training room, every minute counts. And, even when you’re not in the middle of a game or treatment, mountains of.
Whether you’re taping up an injury on the sidelines or working with an athlete to regain range of motion after they’ve healed, as an athletic trainer you know every minute counts. Being productive, efficient, and effective are the keys to succeeding in your field..