Course Catalog


Childhood Trauma and its Effect on Brain Development and Health

Childhood traumas have the potential to negatively affect student-athletes well into adulthood. Traumas create an environment of toxic stress that adversely affects the brain and the ability to deal with daily stress. Athletes come into our athletic training rooms with a variety of experiences in life. Developing an understanding and a plan to help dysregulated athletes will bring positive patient outcomes


ACL Reconstruction and Return to Play Testing


Policy and Procedure for Return to Athletic Activity in the COVID-19 Era


Advancing Athletic Training Practice in Indiana

Clark Simpson, IATA Manager of Strategic Business Development, discusses information and knowledge ATs need to advance the profession of athletic training in Indiana, ways ATs are, or can be, reimbursed and tips on how to best sell yourself as well as our profession.


How to Run an Independent, Cash-Base Practice as an Athletic Trainer

This course will discuss the aspects that the athletic trainer needs to consider when starting a business. This will include legal, financial, marketing, market research and services provided.


Identifying Gaps and Improving Athlete Care Through the ATLAS Project


Stronger Together: AT and PT Interdisciplinary Practice in an Outreach Healthcare Setting

Learn how to work with physical therapy services and improve interdisciplinary relationships. 


Regenerative Medicine

This course will provide an overview of regenerative medicine, the medical evidence that exists, and highlight current techniques and treatments.


Preventing Knee Injuries and Optimizing Long-Term Joint Health

This course will provide an overview of the long-term consequences of joint injury, create foundational knowledge necessary to develop life-long maintenance plans to mitigate the effects of joint injury, and help athletic trainers identify patients at risk for post-traumatic osteoarthritis.


Medical Management of Sporting Events

This course will prepare you to coordinate the medical management of sporting events and develop an event-specific statement of work and scalable risk mitigation plan.


Dry Needling

This course will present effective methods and strategies of evaluation and treatment focused on dry needling.


Donor Tissue

This course will provide an overview of tissue donation and the tissue donation process.


Athletic Hip Injuries

This program will provide learners with the knowledge and skills to provide care for athletes who have suffered hip injuries. Topics included are determining athletic hip injuries, traumatic injuries, overuse injuries, femoroacetabular impingement and labral tears. The course will have a special emphasis on case-based learning.


Psychosocial Influences of Concussion

This course will illustrate ways the psychosocial components of athletics and the culture of sport participation influences the response and recovery from concussion.


Yoga Essentials for the AT

The athletic trainer is in the unique position of knowing a mass amount of clinical and diagnostic information regarding the body, kinesiology, and pathology. AT’s are in the position to be a source of emotional support to athletes, patients, and co-workers. Utilizing the yogic philosophy and postures associated with the practice of yoga can encourage patients to be mindful of their breath in relation to their body and in relation to how they personally view their body. Yoga provides basic concepts to help provide emotional support and a physical outlet to help patients cope with their injuries.


Casting and Current Alternatives

This course will present differentiators between current and contemporary casting methods, the pros and cons of each method, and reimbursement and other considerations for organizations and clinics considering adopting contemporary casting methods into their practice.