Welcome to the online home of the Louisiana Athletic Trainers' Association, Inc.

The LATA is a not-for-profit organization of health care professionals dedicated to the safety in sports completion and the profession of athletic training within the State of Louisiana.  Athletic training is an allied healthcare profession recognized by the American Medical Association.  Certification in the profession requires strict educational standards based on specific knowledge and skills level. Certified athletic trainers (ATC) have a long history of providing quality healthcare for athletes and individuals engaged in physical activity.

To practice in the State of Louisiana, an individual must meet specialized educational requirements and pass the national exam of the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification. In addition, one must meet the provisions of the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners (LSBME). Certified athletic trainers are employed throughout the State in professional sports, colleges and universities, high schools, clinics, hospital, corporate and industrial settings. They work under the direction of a physician and serve to enhance the quality of healthcare through education and research in the prevention, evaluation, management and rehabilitation of injuries.

Become a LATA member:

Health care professionals who would  like to join the LATA.

Update your LATA profile: 

Members are asked to update their membership profile on a yearly basis.

Objectives of the Association

  • Section I: To develop, promote and maintain high standards for the profession of athletic training within the State of Louisiana.
  • SectionII:  To promote legislation for the public good and the betterment of athletic training within the State of Louisiana.
  • Section III: To organize, cooperate with, and aid other groups dedicated to safety in sports competition.
  • Section IV: To promote the exchange of knowledge and information within the profession of Athletic Training.
  • Section V: To represent Athletic Trainers before governmental, professional, or voluntary groups or agencies and the public
  • Section VI: To support the concept of interscholastic competition within the frame of the total education concept
  • Section VII: To promote such services as will further the association.

The LATA is thankful for the following corporate sponsors who strive to improve the quality of athletic healthcare in Louisiana! For more information on our corporate sponsorship benefits and plans, click HERE.

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