The Saint Louis University Athletic Training Education Program is fortunate to have a wealth of health professionals in the area that can serve as instructors and guest lecturers. This has been the case in MAT 530 - Therapeutic Modalities, where there has been several presentations by clinicians from the community.
|Dr. Larry Burrell demonstrating ART on SLU AT student Katie Herington.|
On November 17, 2011, Dr. Larry Burrell of Performance Chiropractic
presented on Active Release Technique (ART), which addresses soft tissue injuries. Dr. Burrell is also affiliated with the St. Louis Rams, St. Louis Blues and Washington University Athletics.
|Nick Washmuth DPT , DMT looks on while James Sepich ATC demonstrates Graston technique.|
Nick Washmuth DPT, DMT and James Sepich ATC, of Monroe Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine
, presented on the Graston Technique on November 14, 2011. They work together at a clinic in Columbia, IL where James serves as the Athletic Trainer at Columbia High School.
|Miya Sullivan ATC demonstrates kinesiotaping|
On November 10, 2011 Miya Sullivan ATC, Staff Athletic Trainer for SLU Athletics, presented on kinesiotaping. Miya serves as the athletic trainer for the Billikens women's soccer, softball and tennis teams.
|SLU AT students Rohini Jaglan, Bridget Quirk and Rachel Cocek (left to right) practice kinesiotaping on a knee.|
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