Named the 2009 Joe O’Toole NBA Athletic Trainer of the Year by the National Basketball Athletic Trainers Association (NBATA), Aaron Nelson has served as the Phoenix Suns Head Athletic Trainer for over a decade and is a certified and licensed athletic trainer. Credentialed as a Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) and Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), Nelson is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association(NATA), National Basketball Athletic Trainers Association(NBATA) and Arizona Athletic Trainers Association (AZATA). He serves as a board member for the Arizona Board of Athletic Training.
Education: • Masters of Science, California University of Pennsylvania • Bachelors of Science in Physical Education, Iowa State University
MS, California University of Pennsylvania, 2003-2004
Additional Certifications of Specialty Qualifications
Professional Membership or Societies
National Athletic Trainers Association
National Basketball Athletic Trainers Association
Arizona Athletic Trainers Association
National Academy of Sports Medicine
Honors or Awards
2009 Joe O'Toole NBA Athletic Trainer of the Year
Aaron Nelson - NASM Expert's contact info
Address & contact info:
Chandler, AZ 85286
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