The Saint Louis University Athletic Training Program in the Doisy College of Health Sciences is a graduate professional program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. In accordance with the Jesuit mission, which recognizes the dignity of all persons, the program seeks to develop competent practitioners who act for the good of the public, recognize the value of interprofessional practice, and who seek opportunities to serve the disadvantaged.
SLU AT Students get Guest Presentation on Scapular Dysfunction and Shoulder Injuries
On Monday, February 27, 2012, Kenny Wilson MHS, PT, CHT, SCS, ATC, made a
presentation to students in the Saint Louis University Athletic
Training Education MAT Class of 2012. Mr. Wilson, who works with
PRORehab, specializes in upper extremity rehabilitation and treatment of
throwing injuries. The presentation was a part of MAT 680-Athletic
Training Seminar and was titled: Scapular Mechanics, Dysfunction,
Evaluation, and Intervention. He has also been invited to speak on the
topic at the NATA Annual Meeting this summer in St. Louis. Our students
benefit greatly through access to such a wealth of local experts.
Kenny Wilson demonstrates scapular taping with SLU AT students Leah Egeland and JJ Hannigan.