Quick Links

Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Main Navigation

Top

Articles

Sign up for the News Update.

Sub Navigation

Top

Home > breadcrumbs: Program Information > breadcrumbs: Sports Medicine > breadcrumbs: Articles >

Working...

Ajax Loading Image

 

Aurora University Welcomes IVVC Sports Medicine Students

Story image 1_0
5bd9c9b3c50f0
Story image 1_1
5bd9c9b3c50f0
Story image 1_2
5bd9c9b3c50f0
Story image 1_3
5bd9c9b3c50f0
Story image 1_4
5bd9c9b3c50f0
Story image 1_5
5bd9c9b3c50f0
Story image 1_6
5bd9c9b3c50f0
Story image 1_7
5bd9c9b3c50f0
Story image 1_8
5bd9c9b3c50f0

First semester in Sport Medicine is flying by! After getting through some introductory material, we have just completed our first anatomy unit on the foot, ankle, and lower leg. To close it out, each student researched a common injury to that area and presented their findings to their classmates. Students have begun taping practice and are well on their way to mastering those techniques. Coming up next - the knee!

 

This past Monday, students traveled to Aurora University and were able to tour the new Spartan Athletic Park and then meet with students and professors in the Athletic Training and Exercise Science programs. IVVC students were introduced to modalities in the AT room, and then participated in functional movement screenings and observed a VO2 max testing in the Exercise Science lab.

 

Thank you to the students and faculty at AU for having us!

Back To Top