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Navigate Companion Website to Accompany Concepts of Athletic Training, Seventh Edition

Author(s): Ronald P. Pfeiffer, EdD, ATC, Boise State University
Brent C. Mangus, EdD, ATC, Texas A&M University
Cynthia Trowbridge, PhD, ATC, LAT, CSCS, Associate Professor and Clinical Educational Coordinator, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas
  • ISBN-13: 9781284033960
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The Navigate Companion Website to accompany Concepts of Athletic Training, Seventh Edition provides a weatlh of study aids and learning tools to help students make the most of their study time and prepare for class.  The site includes the following resources:

  • Interactive Glossary
  • Interactive FlashCards
  • Review Questions
  • Anatomical Review
  • What If Scenarios
  • Crossword Puzzles
  • Practice Quizzes
  • Weblinks


Ronald P. Pfeiffer, EdD, ATC-Boise State University

Dr. Pfeiffer has taught at Boise State University since 1979 and has been a BOC certified athletic trainer since 1978. He teaches undergraduate and graduate classes in musculoskeletal anatomy and sports injuries. His research is in the area of musculoskeletal injuries with a specific focus in recent years on injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament. He has co-authored a number of book chapters as well as research publications based on his research. He presently serves as the Director of the Center for Musculoskeletal Research at Boise State University. In his spare time, Dr. Pfeiffer serves as a volunteer athletic trainer for youth sports teams and enjoys fly fishing.

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Brent C. Mangus, EdD, ATC-Texas A&M University

Dr. Brent Mangus is currently the Dean of the College of Education and Human Services at Texas A&M University-Commerce.  He has done volunteer work with the UNLV athletic department men's and women's varsity teams and traveled with the U.S. Youth Soccer National Teams to competitions in France, Germany, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Argentina, and numerous events in the U.S.  He has also worked in athletic training with Davis County High Schools in Utah and with Springfield High School in Springfield, Oregon.  His degrees include: Ed.D University of Utah 1984- Exercise Science, M.S. University of Oregon 1978-Physical Education/ Sports Medicine, and B.S. Utah State University 1977- Dual B.S. Physical Education/ Health.

Cynthia Trowbridge, PhD, ATC, LAT, CSCS-Associate Professor and Clinical Educational Coordinator, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas

Dr. Trowbridge has taught at UT-Arlington since 2004 and has been a BOC certified athletic trainer (AT) since 1993. She serves as an associate professor and clinical educational coordinator for the athletic training education program and teaches Therapeutic Interventions I and II. Cindy is actively engaged in research on the clinical effectiveness of therapeutic modalities including diathermy, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and cryotherapy. She has presented abstracts at national conferences and continues to publish research data. Cindy has been an AT with Olympic level sports and has traveled with the Bobsled and Skeleton teams. She served on the sport medicine teams for the Winter World University Games (2003) and the Beijing Paralympics (2008). She also has worked with USA Basketball and travelled to the 3x3 Basketball World Championships (18 and under) in Madrid, Spain (2012) and Jakarta, Indonesia (2013). In her spare time, she enjoys international travel, skiing, hiking, and cycling.

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