Duquesne University Physician Honored by State Athletic Trainers' Society
Dr. Edward Snell, medical director for Duquesne University’s athletic training education program, was recently honored with the Team Physician Award by the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers' Society at its annual clinical symposium.
Snell holds an academic appointment at Duquesne University and serves as the head team physician for the Pittsburgh Pirates and many area high schools. Additionally, he serves as the medical supervisor of the Special Olympics PA State Winter Games.
Snell is also a member of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Sports Medicine Advisory Committee and the standards Endorsement Committee of the American College of Sports Medicine.
A North Hills resident, Snell was honored for his 15 years of service to athletes, the education and support of athletic trainers.
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