Ian McGinnis, MS, LAT, ATC
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Athletic Trainer Certified (ATC)
BS in Athletic Training - Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
MS in Kinesiology: Athletic Training Concentration - Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
McGinnis, I.W., Mair, K.E.F., Mansell, J., & Collins, C. (2020) Epidemiology of boy's club lacrosse injuries during the 2018 summer lacrosse season. Journal of Athletic Training, 55(10); 1124-1129.
McGinnis, I.W., Tierney, R., Mansell, J., & Phillips, J. (2019) The effect of target speed and verbal instruction on NPC measures in a young, healthy, and active population. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 12(4);5.
McGinnis, I.W., Cobb, J., Tierney, R., & Russ, A. (2019). Vestibular rehabilitation for dizziness and imbalance following concussion: A critically appraised topic. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training, 24(3), 95-99. doi: 10.1123/ijatt.2018-0007
McGinnis, I. W. National Athletic Trainers' Association Clinical Sumposia and AT Expo. "Epidemiology of boys' lacrosse injuries during the 2018 summer lacrosse season." June 2020.
McGinnis, I. W. Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association Conference. "Epidemiology fo boys' lacrosse injuries during the 2018 summer lacrosse season." January 2020.
McGinnis, I. W. Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association Conference. "Effect of administration method on near point of convergence in a healthy, active population." January 2019.
McGinnis, I. W. Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association Conference. "Vestibular rehabilitation for dizziness and imbalance: A critically appraised topic." January 2018.
2017, Magna Cum Laude, Temple University
2017, Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers' Society Quiz Bowl Champion
2017, Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers' Society Poster Presentation Research Award Winner -- Critically Appraised Topic category
2017, Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers' Society Presidential Scholarship
2017, American Kinesiology Association Undergraduate Scholar Award
2017, Department of Kinesiology Outstanding Senior, Temple University
2014-present, National Athletic Trainers' Association
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