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Upcoming ATOAC webinar to feature Dr. Kyle Kosik

Please join us on August 2, 2017 for a webinar presented by Dr. Kyle Kosik! Title: Chronic Ankle Instability: A Never Ending Problem? Date: August 2, 2017 Time: 1pm ET Website: Click here to join the webinar To join by phone: 415-655-0002

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State of the Consortium Presentation

Jeff Driban presented on the State of the Consortium at this year’s ATOAC Annual Meeting. The slides are available for download here. If you have any questions please send them to Jeff Driban.

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18 Abstracts by ATOAC Members at OARSI 2017

Abstracts are available at the Osteoarthritis and Cartilage Supplement: Abstracts from the 2017 OARSI World Congress on Osteoarthritis Promoting Clinical and Basic Research in Osteoarthritis 309 WORK, LEISURE TIME, WALKING, MODERATE-TO-VIGOROUS AND TOTAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ARE INVERSELY ASSOCIATED WITH THUMB OSTEOARTHRITIS IN THE

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ATOAC April Webinar now online

The most recent webinar, Neuroplasticity and Patient-Reported Outcomes After ACL Reconstruction, is now published on our YouTube page. Thanks to Dustin Grooms and Janet Simon for a great presentation!

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Latest ATOAC webinar

Thank you to all who joined us on November 9 for our webinar! We had a great presentation by Dr. Brian Pietrosimone on Certified Athletic Trainers’ Knowledge and Perceptions of PTOA. If you were unable to join us, you may

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Upcoming ATOAC Webinar

Please join us for our next webinar presented by Dr. Brian Pietrosimone, Assistant Professor of Exercise and Sport Science at UNC Chapel Hill. Dr. Pietrosimone will be speaking about a manuscript he and colleagues recently published in JAT entitled, Certified

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September Newsletter and Webinar

Check out our September Newsletter. Don’t forget to checkout Dr. Chris Kuenze’s webinar on Factors Influencing Physical Activity After ACL Injury

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