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Looking to become a Certified Athletic Therapist CAT(C)? Visit our Certification page to learn more.

Become a Member

To become a member of the ATABC, you must qualify for membership with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association and live in BC or Yukon.

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Find an athletic therapist near you!

Below you will find a listing of Athletic Therapists across BC.
If you are a Certified Athletic Therapist, a member of ATABC and would like to be listed please contact us.

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Athletic Therapists are currently employed in many sport medicine settings including:

Athletic Therapists work with varsity athletes providing expertise on injury prevention, emergency and acute care, assessment and rehabilitation of injuries as well as developing conditioning programs. Many Athletic Therapists also teach related subject matters at various academic institutions.

Certified Athletic Therapists are currently employed by professional teams in the NHL, CFL, NBA, MLB, NWHL, NLL as well as professional dance companies. These therapists are responsible for injury prevention, emergency and acute injury care, assessment and complete rehabilitation of injuries and development of conditioning programs.

Certified Athletic Therapists are an integral part of the ongoing care of national athletes. Athletic Therapists either work directly with the team or are selected to the medical teams for games such as; Olympics; Pan Am; Universiade; Commonwealth; Canada Games etc.

A growing number of Athletic Therapists work in fee-for-service clinics, treating a variety of injuries and conditions. Treatment will include injury assessment and rehabilitation as well as conditioning programs for all active Canadians.


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