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Athletic Training: Injury Care
This is a guide for Athletic Training students to assist in researching, writing, learning, networking, and more.
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An alternative taping method to cause physiological effects on certain body systems.
MedlinePlus: Injuries and Wounds list
Mueller Sport Care Taping Techniques
Other rehabilitative techniques
From the AGS Foundation for Health in Aging; contains an overview of electrical stimulation and thermal approaches
Sports Injury Clinic- Sports Taping
University of Minnestoa- SPATA
Student Practical Assessment Teaching Aid (SPATA)- contains textual descriptions of injury assessments along with videos of the techniques
UPMC: Patient Education Rehabilitation
Includes descriptions of how to use crutches, and how to transfer from siting to standing, etc
CPR Certification Options
The following are potential places for CPR certification in Pittsburgh.
American Heart Association
Center for Emergency Medicine
Duquesne Department of Public Safety
Contact Nick Okopal at extension 6002 or Lt. Lee Speer at extension 4935.
American Red Cross
UPMC Classes and Events
West Penn Allegheny Health System Classes and Events
YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh
Books at Gumberg Library
Athletic taping and bracing
Call Number: RD97 .P47
Pocketbook of taping techniques
Call Number: RD113 .P57
Therapeutic modalities for musculoskeletal injuries
Call Number: RD97 .D46
Aug 18, 2017 8:23 AM
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