Nathan Skeleton, ATC
Prior to coming to Children’s Hospital, Nathan worked as an Athletic Trainer fro Valor Christian High School in Highlands Ranch, CO, providing primary coverage for all sports teams, games, practices, as well as clinical coverage, Nathan is a Colorado native, from Denver, CO, and enjoy mountain biking, hiking, and traveling throughout Colorado, the US, as well as internationally. Nathan received his BA in Athletic Training from Point Loma Nazarene University, in San Diego, in 2015, and is currently working on his MS in Sports Science and Rehabilitation from Logan University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Nathan Skelton, ATC
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What does having Certified Athletic Trainers mean for you as a student athlete?
Certified Athletic Trainers (ATs) are healthcare providers specially trained in injury and illness prevention, clinical evaluation and diagnosis, immediate and emergency care, and treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses in athletes. An AT has a bachelor’s or master’s degree from an accredited professional athletic training education program. In addition, ATs must pass a comprehensive board certification test and meet continuing education requirements to maintain certification. ATs work under the direction of physicians.
Free injury assessments and recommendations for follow-up care
Injury management, education and prevention