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- Emily Haley - Mundelein, Illinois (MAT Class of 2023)
- Grace Golembiewski - Columbus, Ohio (MAT Class of 2024)
- Claire Love - Oak Park, Illinois (MAT Class of 2024)
- Julia Martinez - Chicago, Illinois (MAT Class of 2024)
- Marissa Uecker - Franklin, Indiana (MAT Class of 2024)
October 31, 2022
By: Stacie Galo and Eldwin Neritani (MAT Class of 2023)
During our clinical experience SLU Men’s Basketball, we have been fortunate to learn from our preceptor Jonathan Burch ATC and the rest of the athletic training staff. On top of the athletic training staff at SLU, we have had the opportunity to talk to and interact with the rest of the sports medicine staff as well, including team physician Dr. Kaar. We have been able to apply the knowledge and skills we have learned over the last year from our previous clinical rotations and classes to help the athletes however we can. Being able to be a part of this staff and to work with these high-level athletes has been a great experience that has been a great step into us learning how to manage ourselves as we grow in the profession.
As the season progresses, we have enjoyed the experience of preparing for the start of the official season. Being able to learn from the athletic training staff and learn their approaches and practices has been great to help us tailor how we want to approach things as well. This has been a great experience so far and will only get more exciting as the season truly begins.
This is one of a series of posts by the Saint Louis University Athletic Training students featuring their clinical site and their preceptors. The number, quality and diversity of clinical instruction are major assets for the SLU AT Program.
October 30, 2022
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Athletic Therapy Student from Ireland Appreciates Opportunity to Learn with Elite-Level Soccer at Saint Louis University
This fall I made the journey from the west of Ireland to Saint Louis University for my clinical experience. After being kindly welcomed by Dr. Breitbach and Dr. Howell, who helped tremendously in coordinating my exchange from Ireland, I was introduced to my clinical supervisor/preceptor Angie Bradley ATC. Angie is currently the athletic trainer for the SLU women’s soccer team. She kindly took me on as her student for the semester after I had expressed my interest in getting involved with the soccer program.
From day one it has been everything I hoped for and more. Even within these first month I have seen what it is like to work with and be part of such an elite level program. Coming from a soccer background and with aspirations to one day pursue a career in a soccer organization, the experience I am gaining from my clinical site is phenomenal. In my short time here, I have already dealt with such a variety of injuries, from a simple turf burn, all the way to post-op hip arthroscopy, and many in between. Each week I have multiple opportunities to practice my rehab skills and improve my knowledge on all the different treatment modalities. I have also seen how training loads and other daily activities can be monitored each week and utilized in an injury prevention scheme which thought was particularly interesting.
The experience so far has given me an insight into life as an athletic trainer in an extremely professional environment. It is providing me the opportunity to deal with situations that could only be seen in the field on practice. I am excited to see what the remainder of the semester has to offer and to continue to grow my abilities as an athletic trainer.
October 28, 2022
SLU AT Student Builds Clinical Skills and Professional Development with Washington University Athletics
October 27, 2022
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SLU AT Student Enjoys the Opportunity to Build Clinical Skills in New Context at Maryville University
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SLU AT Student Comes Full Circle Through Clinical Experience by Returning to his Alma Mater at Alton HS
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SLU AT Student Experiences Rich Learning Environment in Industrial Setting at the Kennedy Space Center
August 17, 2022
SLU AT Student Develops Skills in Patient Care Collaborating with Preceptor/Alum at Bluetail Medical Group
August 12, 2022
- $10,000 Sports Medicine Scholarship
- $2,000 Magis Community Service Grant
- Other scholarship awards may be available from the University as well
- All admitted students are considered for research assistantships and teaching assistantships.
- Most successful applicants have an undergraduate grade point average of 3.00 or better on a 4.00 scale.
- Completion of prerequisite college coursework.
- GRE scores are not required
- Priority deadline: January 1st Second deadline: April 1st
- The program begins in May 2023.
- The number of students selected each year is limited.
- One semester biology with lab
- One semester chemistry with lab
- One semester physics with lab
- Two semesters anatomy and physiology or equivalent
- Exercise physiology
- General psychology
- Medical terminology
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