Welcome to District One of the National Athletic Trainers' Association. District One is the home of over
2000 certified athletic trainers who are committed to quality health care throughout New England.



Congratulations to Vicki Graham on her CATA Hall of Fame induction.
Pictured below is Vicki and Westy

New Hampshire Student Symposium & Awards Colby - Sawyer College


Young Professionals Symposium
at Springfield College

What Is An Athletic Trainer?

 Watch Springfield College 
NATM 2016 Video Series,
Episode 1
NATM 2016 Video Series, Episode 2
NATM 2016 Video Series, Episode 3

NATM 2016 Video Series, Episode 4


Maine Hall of Fame Induction


Direction Tim “Westy” Weston was inducted into the Maine Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame on Friday March 4, 2016 during the state meeting. Picture of Director Weston  with Tim Adams and Carl Nelson.



D1 Award Winners EATA 2016

National Study:
Lack of High School Athletic Trainers
A new study from the National Athletic Trainers' Association highlights a lack of certified sports medicine professionals on the sidelines at high school sports games.

Watch NEWS 6 out of Portland, Maine broadcast HERE.

Maine Athletic Trainers' Association Meeting

Pictured above from the Maine Athletic Trainers' Association Meeting
 is Matt Campbell
(NATA D1 PR Committee Rep) and Barbara Blackstone presenting the1st Team Safe Sport School award to Kyle Gilson
and Maine Central Institute

Click HERE to view Pictures

Congratulations! National Champion Quiz Bowl Champions from District One!

Samantha Noe from Plymouth State University (G); Alicia Valente from University of Maine - Orono;
Brendan Curtin from Plymouth State University (U)

Annual Athletic Training Student Symposium
Article and Pictures
RIATA Athletic Trainer of the Year!

Bryn VanPatten, Honors and Awards chair for the RIATA presents John Rock, Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine at PC,
the Athletic Trainer of the Year for his
continual contribution
to the RIATA.

In the Media

NATA member Mike Ryan is charting new waters as the on-field sports medicine consultant for NBC's Sunday Night Football this season. The SNF team coverage will include the first two rounds of the playoffs and this year's Super Bowl. Mike’s new Twitter name is SNFMikeRyan – if you’d like to follow him for NFL injury updates.


Throughout the current season, Mike has been providing sports medicine insight on “Pro Football Talk” that airs on the NBCSports Network. For those of you who don’t know Mike, he worked in the NFL for 26 season, the last 20 as head athletic trainer with the Jacksonville Jaguars.


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