2011 Student Athletic Trainer Camp
May 13, 2011
The University of Kentucky Athletic Training Camp Staff invites you to join us for an exciting, yet educational experience in learning about athletic training. This camp is designed for high school students interested in gaining skills as student athletic trainers. The program will address the current concepts in Sports Medicine with presentations provided by various certified athletic trainers. Each day will consist of lectures, demonstrations and laboratory sessions with emphasis on prevention, recognition, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. We look forward to seeing you at camp.
University of Kentucky
Athletic Training Staff
Student athletic trainers are a vital part of the sports medicine field. Our goal is to expose the high school student to the field of athletic training/sports medicine through presentations, lectures and hands-on labs provided by various certified athletic trainers. At camp the student will learn about the anatomy in regards to muscles and bone structure, taping/treatment of common athletic injuries and basic injury evaluation. The camper would learn about vital record keeping, athletic training room necessities, game procedures and have light discussion and exposure on athletic training and other sports medicine careers. Through the camp the high school student who has little or no previous athletic training experience will build their athletic training ability. An emphasis will be placed each day on the prevention, recognition, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. The student will be introduced to a cadaver lab and increase their awareness of emergency procedures/heat illness. The program will address the current concepts in Sports Medicine.
The camp program is geared toward high school students. Topics will include, but are not limited to:
Taping Techniques (injury, prevention and specialty), Emergency Procedures, Care for Heat Illness, Sports Nutrition, Injury Evaluation, Rehabilitation Techniques, Anatomy and Injuries (ankle, foot, elbow, wrist, forearm, hand, knee, and shoulder), Stretching Techniques, Splinting Techniques, Athletic Training Profession, Cadaver Lab (upper extremity), Concussions, Bloodborne Pathogens, Physicals, and Wound Care.