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Why AttendNATA 2023?

Largest gathering of
ATs worldwide!

Advance your patient care at NATA 2023 with the latest in continuing professional development programming and skills that you can apply immediately, talk to suppliers in person to address your latest needs and network with peers from around the country.

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Professional ATs

Expand your professional development with the latest in health care education. Talk to suppliers in person and discover new game-changing products and services. Get reenergized with your peers and find answers to your daily challenges.


Advance your learning with exclusive educational programming for athletic training students. Check out the newest products and services in AT Expo. Get inspired by AT legends, explore potential career paths and expand your circle of peers.

What are other people saying?

“I believe attending in person is the best experience. You get to hear and see the live lectures, network with new friends, talk to vendors and put your hands on products and fellowship with friends.”
Robert Sandmann
“AT Expo is an awesome opportunity to take new and young professional staff members to play and learn about updates to old and investigate new sports medicine equipment. Athletic training students get a firsthand look at what it's like to interact with vendors and gain knowledge on budget-style marketing for an athletic training facility.”
Catherine Daniel
“Athletic training is a constantly revolving and evolving profession. This demands changes in programs, protocols and procedures. With this comes changes in facilities, equipment and applications. Therefore, it is important to meet with vendors and educate ourselves on how we can improve our profession.”
Larry Starr
“I have always felt it’s a great spot to get all the CEU you need and be able to socialize with other ATs from all over. A lot of times we aren’t around many other ATs and sharing experiences can be just as important as the CEUs.”
Dana Huber
“In-person meetings have been the cornerstone of the profession since the 1950s, way before the cellphone or internet. The ability to see and experience a product in person, along with the ability to ask questions about it as well as see it demonstrated, is extremely valuable in making a decision on whether or not it would be a worthwhile investment.”
Randy Dillon