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Who's on the Sidelines? Sports Trainers, Coaches and Kid Injuries

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Who's on the Sidelines? Sports Trainers, Coaches and Kid Injuries

April 22, 2013

http://www.parentmap.com/blog/20528/whos-on-the-sidelines-sports-trainers-coaches-and-kid-injuries

 

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Seattle Children’s each year expands the reach of its Athletic Trainers Program, currently working with 18 area high schools, getting certified athletic trainers in the schools after school during practices and during games. Phil Heywood explains how these trainers make a difference.

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