ATs MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Omaha AT (Continued from previous page)
Kleber is also
what’s going on.
is to tell what
happened, describe the injury and provide guidance on the
next steps. Kleber knows that even a minor injury can be a
big deal to a young athlete who’s never been hurt before, so
it’s important to offer reassurance.
I like seeing a patient get better,
the day-to-day process.
– Bill Kleber, ATC
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She said there should be an AT “at every high school.”
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