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Should athletic trainers be allowed to charge for services provided for in the athletic training room?

Asked by: masonmuir70
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  • Charging per treatment is wrong as they already have a salary

    Athletic trainers get a flat rate salary paid for by the organization they are employed by to do a specific job. The fact that this job requires creativity and personalization based on the athlete they are treating does not mean that they can charge extra. In addition, many of the athletes they are treating do not have the resources to afford extra treatment they are receiving, and many might not have insurance which could be charged. If the athletic trainers were allowed to charge per injury they might begin to prioritize wealthier athletes rather than prioritize based on injury.


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