Dr. Donita Y. Valentine, DAT, MS, LATC, ATC, CCISM, SFMA, FMS, FMT
Dr. Donita Valentine
Dr. Valentine is passionate about making quality health care available for all active individuals, especially adolescent athletes, and delivers quality athletic health care, preparing students for emotional and physical participation in sports. Dr. Valentine also consults with Historically Black Universities to help build educational curricula to prepare students for matriculation into athletic training programs.
After obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Sport Science with a concentration in athletic training, from Frostburg State University, Donita returned to Frostburg to receive a Master of Science Degree in Human Performance. Dr. Valentine completed her Doctor of Athletic Training Degree at A.T. Still University where she researched and implemented movement assessment into the pre-participation physical exam and developed an interest in the biopsychosocial aspect of patient care focusing on muscular dysfunction related to trauma and tension. The focus of Dr. Valentine’s active research centered on implementing a systematic process of movement screening into the pre-participation evaluation process.
Top DAT Podcast
A podcast featuring two DATs, Dr. Donita Valentine, and Dr. Brandon Holland, Sr. Talking about all things athletic training.
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Athletic training encompasses the prevention, examination, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of emergent, acute or chronic injuries and medical conditions. Athletic training is recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA), Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as an allied health care profession.
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