Presentation: Kara Radzak, Daniel Bareis, Brandon Lee, Jessica Tom, and Jacob Waldron

Kara Radzak, Daniel Bareis, Brandon Lee, Jessica Tom, and Jacob Waldron (all Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences) participated in the Far West Athletic Trainers' Association's Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium.

Professor Radzak accepted an invitation to make two presentations. She presented “Injury Epidemiology and Athletic Training Medical Care for Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Battalions” and “Things I Wish I Knew Before I Graduated,” which was a panel discussion for athletic training students.

Four of Radzak's students also were invited to make poster presentations:

  • Bareis, a master's student, presented “Differences in Return to Play Between Two American Collegiate Football Players Diagnosed with Exertional Rhabdomyolysis.”
  • Lee, an undergraduate student, presented “The Effects of Summer Training Programs on Army ROTC Cadets' Aerobic Capacity.”
  • Tom, a master's student who received second place in the peer-review category, presented “The Effects of a Fatiguing Run on Dynamic Balance.”
  • Waldron, a master's student, presented “Use of Postural Restoration in Treating Chronic Rotator Cuff Pathology.”

 

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