OBJECTIVES 1.Summarize details of unique case involving undiagnosed clotting disorder in a collegiate athlete. 2.Present overview regarding mechanism and epidemiology of protein S deficiency. 3.Identify the role of the certified athletic trainer in the evaluation and treatment process, and as a patient advocate. 4.Emphasize importance of trust and communication between athlete, certified athletic trainer, and team physician throughout evaluation and treatment.
Lewis, Matthew; Weaver, TA; and King, ST, "Protein-S Deficiency Diagnosed Post-ACL Injury in a Collegiate Track and Field Athlete" (2018). Athletic Training. 2.
Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition Commons, Higher Education Commons, Sports Sciences Commons
The poster that is presented here relates to the published abstract found in:
Lewis, MD, Weaver, TA, King ST. Protein S Deficiency Diagnosed post-ACL Injury in a Collegiate Track and Field Athlete. J Athl Train. 2018. 53(6s), s335.