Faculty, Staff and Alumni Present Research at NATA Annual Convention
Faculty, students and alumni from the School of Health in Kinesiology in the College of Health and Human Sciences attended and presented at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Annual Convention in Baltimore, MD from June 22-25. Athletic Training master’s student, Nate Allgaier, presented his research titled Effects of Neurogliding and Foam Rolling Interventions on Active Knee Extension. Tamerah Hunt, Ph.D., assistant professor, present her research titled The Psychological Impact of Sports-Related Concussion on Low Socioeconomic Status Adolescent Athletes. Georgia Southern alumni, Samantha Turner, presented her research titled The Psychological Response to Concussion Compared with Musculoskeletal Injuries in Collegiate Athletes. Jody Langdon, Ph.D., assistant professor, presented research conducted by Georgia Southern alumni, Caitlyn Hellwig, titled False Positive Rate of the Multifaceted Concussion Battery in Health Division I Collegiate Athletes.
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