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June 2012

Athletic Training Students Featured in CFS Article

EKU Athletic Training Students Raise Awareness for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

While any serious athlete knows what it’s like to tax their bodies to the point of exhaustion, he or she is likely unable to comprehend a constant feeling of pain and fatigue experienced by sufferers of CFS.

For Eastern Kentucky University [athletic training students] Ashley Smith of Frankfort, Kentucky and Emily Duncan of Cincinnati, Ohio, helping those living in spite of CFS comes as naturally as assisting some of the nation’s top athletes.

Athletic Training Students Present Case Studies at Kentucky Athletic Trainers' Society Annual Symposium

EKU Athletic Training Student Kayla Goyette Presents at KATS

Athletic training students presented several case studies at the KATS Annual Members Symposium this past weekend at Bellarmine University.  Kayla Goyette a rising senior presented "Initial Management and Expedited Care of an Acute Ankle Injury of a Football Player,   Josh Heines, ATC a graduated Senior Presented a cas of a " Female Collegiate Cross Country Runner with Chronic Knee Pain, and Rising Senior Andrew Brubaker with Jenni Williams, MS, ATC and Anna Nicole Kamp, MD, MPH presented the case of a " Sudden Collapse of Middle School Baseball Player".

Rising Senior, Adam Diamond Awarded Kentucky Athletic Trainers' Society Undergraduate Scholarship

EKU Athletic Training Student Adam Diamond Receives Award from KATS

The Kentucky Athletic Trainers' Society (KATS) awarded and recognized Adam Diamond, a rising Senior in the EKU Athletic Training Education Program, as the KATS  Undergraduate Scholarship Award winner.  This is a competitive scholarship process.  Adam is an excellent student and well-deserving of the KATS scholarship. Adam received his scholarship at the Awards Banquet during the KATS 2012 Athletic Trainers Society Annual Symposium held June 1& 2 at Bellarmine University.

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