University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

 - Class of 2000

Page 194 of 490

 

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STUDENT TRAINERS B eing a student athletic trainer is much like being a student athlete, " claimed senior movement science and athletic training major Robert Lehrer. Although the audience played a significant role in determining the momentum of the University ' s games, the trainers were the cheerleaders and encouraging fans that took the audience ' s place once an athlete got injured and was removed from the atmosphere of fight songs and television cameras. As a University football trainer, Lehrer explained that " injuries and illnesses are kept confidential in respect of the athlete, as in any other medical setting. " In addition, the press often misrepresented the intensity or insignificance of an injury, and the best interest of the athlete was subsequently dismissed. The trainer ' s first attempt at minimizing the effects of injury were the ABC ' s, which included checking the airway, breathing, and circulation. The injury was assessed in more detail from there. Junior athletic training major Lisa Halsen recalled the importance of having multiple trainers on site, because " there was a men ' s gymnastics meet that didn ' t have enough trainers. Those present had to stabilize the victim ' s head until more certified assistance could help with the splint. " Because Halsen was organized and calm, she enjoyed the pressured situations as a student trainer for the men ' s basketball team. Sports without an unwavering presence of crowd enthusiasts, such, women ' s crew, relied on their coaches, teammates, and trainers for the major- of their cheering section. Junior athletic training major Shayla Sellars recapp 1 her typical day as a student trainer for the women ' s crew team. At 8:00 a.m. j; was assisting with rehabilitation for the injured girls, though healthy teammas had been on the water already since 5:45 a.m. When most of the University v* eating dinner or at least dropping off book bags for a few hours, Sellars finishl up her student training responsibilities by attending her second practice fri) 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Once this demanding school year concluded, student trainers ofi took advantage of summer positions in the training room or at camps at e . University. After graduation, many trainers attended graduate school ;a graduate assistant trainer. The University ' s program was esteemed for i noteworthy medical staff, rehabilitation equipment, and training room fa I ties. As Lehrer pointed out, the most exciting perk resided in the opportu: to " work with world class athletes everyday. " by Samantha Gai\ C; lra Lyons, Shayla Sellars, Andrea Walsh, Carolyn Miller, Amy Young, Kiarra King Row #2: Frank :;ila, Amy Gerdes, Julie Wychulis, Erin Hack, Amy Teunis, Erin Lumpkins, Jon Sweeney i. Jennifer Johnion

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