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J Athl Train. 1993 Summer; 28(2): 128–130.
PMCID: PMC1317696

Making Yourself Mobile With a Medical Golf Cart

James W. Berry, BS, ATC, SCAT/EMT


The use of the specially designed and equipped golf cart in sports medicine has become commonplace at the professional and collegiate levels. However, at the high school level, athletic trainers often have been stymied by financial limitations that prevent them from purchasing professionally designed and manufactured medical golf carts. Through this article, I hope to share with high school athletic trainers my experiences in designing, obtaining, and equipping a medical golf cart that is affordable and suitable for use in the high school setting.

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