The Arizona Athletic Trainers’ Association (AzATA) is a not-for-profit 501(c)6 professional membership association for certified and licensed athletic trainers, and others, who support the athletic training profession in the State of Arizona.

The AzATA currently serves over 500 members in Arizona. Certified athletic trainers are recognized as allied health professionals who provide care for active individuals, and who work in a variety of settings including secondary schools, collegiate athletics, rehabilitation clinics, physician’s offices and professional sports.

The mission of the AzATA is to promote and enhance the field of athletic training as an allied health profession in its efforts and ability to service the overall health care needs of the athletic population.

Evidence Based Practice Workshop

in conjunction with the AzATA Summer Clinical Symposium

Evidence Based Approach to Therapeutic Cupping
for Chronic Neck and Back Pain

Friday, July 14th 4:00-6:00pm

Flagstaff, AZ - NAU Health Professions Building

Earn 2 EBP Category CEUs


This program will provide the clinician with the knowledge of cupping therapy’s proposed modes of action and proper methodology as well as outline the evidence behind cupping therapy and allow participants to practice proper preparation, application and removal of a cupping therapy array.

Registration is limited to the first 30!

The AzATA is working with Innovative CEUs to make online CEU courses available to the AzATA Membership and the public. 


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Practical Approach to Adolescent Sports Nutrition

1.00 Category A BOC Home Study CEU's
COST: $ 29.99


  • Understanding the basic physiology of sports nutrition
  • Provide practical nutritional recommendations for the competitive athletes in regard to performance
  • Discuss commonly used nutritional supplements and ergogenic aids

Reliability and Validity of Using Mouth Guard Sensors to Measure Force During Hitting in High School Football

0.75 Category A BOC CEU's
COST: $ 29.99


  • Review the terminology.
  • Explain the Severity Index and Head Injury Criterion formulas to show the relation to the data.
  • Compare the functionality, reliability, and validity of helmet sensors or mouth guard sensor.
  • Address the results and findings to draw a conclusion for general discussion.

Spinal Motion Restriction

1.00 Category A BOC Home Study CEU's
COST: $ 29.99


Understand the application of updated algorithms, based on scientific principles of spinal column and cord injury, as the evidence to support selective spinal motion restriction by pre-hospital providers.

  • Who: Every Secondary School AT
    • Regardless of employment setting (Clinical/ Hospital/ School District)

  • What: If highlighted “Green” please still take it annually!
  • When: Take it ANNUALLY
    • With several ATs changing positions/schools, schools adding positions, and new ATs in our district this is a great time to do your ANNUAL update

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Future AzATA Symposium Dates

2017 Summer Symposium - July 15-16, Northern Arizona University

2018 Winter Symposium - January 27-28, Phoenix

Upcoming Association Events

15 Jul 2017 9:00 AM • Northern Arizona University - Health Professions Building #66

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