Sports Injury: Prevention and Treatment


Program Description:

While the benefits of sport and recreation are many, it is an unfortunate side-effect that people often sustain injuries while participating in these activities. Make your sport and recreation activities safer, more productive and fun by learning how to prevent injury and how to treat those injuries that may occur to allow you a quicker return to activity.


Daniel Sedory

Dan Sedory is an associate clinical professor of kinesiology: athletic training at the University of New Hampshire. He serves as the director of the CAATE Accredited Athletic Training Educational Program. Sedory received the Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) in 2006. The award comes on the heels of his recognition as New Hampshire’s Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer of the Year. Sedory has published articles in the leading journals in his field, serves on a variety of university and professional committees, and is the head athletic trainer for UNH’s successful women’s gymnastics team. Sedory received his B.S. from the University of Pittsburgh and his M.S. from the University of Arizona.

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