Dedicated to Advancing The Athletic Training Profession

Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts is a non-profit organization committed to advancing, improving, and promoting the profession of athletic training. ATOM was founded by a group of athletic trainers to address issues of mutual concern within the Commonwealth Today ATOM is the largest organization for Athletic Trainers in Massachusetts. 

(Looking for Archived News? Link HERE)

Board of Allied Health Professionals

The first wave of updates on AT Rules and Regulations have been posted, be sure to familiarize yourself with these new standards as they are now in effect and govern our practice.  MORE HERE

Governmental Affairs Committee

Working on refiling legislation for the upcoming session. We’ll send out the Bills and docket numbers as soon as we have them. We will have a short window to secure co-sponsors, please be diligent about reaching out to your representatives as soon as we send out the docket numbers.  

Sports Medicine Licensure Clarity Act (H.R. 302) passed the U.S. House of Representatives by a voice vote.

Be sure to get your NPI number! Click HERE

ATs Care

Peer-to-peer support program designed to offer crisis management training for athletic trainers dealing with the aftermath of a critical incident.

Laura Darby McNally is our regional representative if you or a colleague are interested volunteering for the program or are in need of additional support.  Click HERE for more information.


Awards and Scholarships

ATOM District 1 Charles J Redmond
Monique Marcelino- Springfield College

ATOM College Scholarship

Lauren Holt- Springfield College

ATOM iLead Scholarship

Anna Applegate- Boston University

Koko Kassabian

Kevin Cummings
Executive Director of Massachusetts Amateur Sports Foundation 

ATOM ATC of the Year

Laura Darby McNally
ATC for Middlesex School

Secondary Schools Committee

NATA and Korey Stringer institute ATLAS Project

This important project will help map all high schools and athletic training services in the country. Here in MA, it will provide us with accurate data for various efforts to improve the profession.


Safe Sport School Grants
  • The deadline for grant applications have been extended! First come first serve on the 3 remaining grants to waive the application fee. After March 15th the grants will become available to other schools.

    Apply at HERE

Somerville High School kicked off team up speak up with the Concussion Legacy Foundation

The city of Somerville and the concussion legacy foundation have formed a partnership to create a model city for concussion education, prevention and management policy.

Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts

PO Box 121007
Boston, MA 02112

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