Official Supplier

September, 2016

  • President's Message

    Allow me to introduce myself as the new CATA President for 2016/17. My name is Darryl Thorvaldson and I am currently serving my third term on the CATA Board of Directors. Read More...
  • Ethics Case Summary

    The CATA Ethics Committee received a formal complaint on July 30, 2014 against Mr. Filipe Corredoura, owner of Sports Therapy CAIRE Clinic. Read More...
  • Mover and Shakers

    After 16 years as Head Therapist and partner at the Ottawa High Performance Centre, Jay Ankersmit CAT(C) is excited to have joined John Zahab CSCS and Sarah Zahab R. Kin, CSEP-CEP at Continuum Fitness and Movement Performance. Read More...
  • Orthopedic Clinical Examination: Optimizing interviews with clients

    Effective Communication in the Client Interview - Eliciting a good history and therefore conducting an organized and fruitful client interview and history requires several skills, not the least of which are organizational and communication abilities. Read More...
  • Handbook of Neurological Sports Medicine: Theories of negligence in sports-related injury cases

    Many different theories of negligence have arisen over the years in litigation concerning injuries sustained during contact sports. These theories are limited only by the innovative thought processes of skilled attorneys. Read More...
  • Therapeutic Modalities for Musculoskeletal Injuries 4th Edition: Using ultrasound as a therapeutic modality

    Ultrasound differs from the modalities discussed in the previous three chapters in that it transmits energy that falls within the acoustic, rather than electromagnetic, spectrum. Ultrasound is used in medicine for imaging as well as in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Read More...
  • Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training: What is Evidence-Based Practice Anyway?

    Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a systematic method of reviewing the best evidence, combining it with the art of athletic training or your clinical expertise, and making informed choices to treat the athlete. Read More...
  • Clinical Guide to Positional Release Therapy With Web Resource: What is positional release therapy?

    Positional release therapy, also known by its parent term strain counterstrain, is a therapeutic technique that uses a position of comfort of the body, its appendages, and its tissues to resolve somatic dysfunction. Read More...
  • Therapeutic Exercise for Musculoskeletal Injuries 4th Edition With Online Video: Basic Components of Therapeutic Exercise

    In the total rehabilitation program, there are two basic elements, therapeutic modalities and therapeutic exercise. Modalities are used to treat and resolve those effects first seen in injury: spasm, pain, and edema. Read More...
  • Examination of Musculoskeletal Injuries - 4th Edition: Measuring Range of Motion

    Goniometry is the measurement of joint angles. The tool you will use to measure joints is a goniometer. There are many different types of goniometers on the market, but each has essentially the same structure Read More...
  • Human Kinetics - July

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  • Human Kinetics - September

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  • Diamond - real CRP help

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