Training Room Schedule 


 Monday

 Tuesday

 Wednesday

 Thursday

 Friday

 8-9 a.m.
Appointment Only

 8-9 a.m.
Appointment Only

 8-9 a.m.
Appointment Only

 8-9 a.m.
Appointment Only

 8-9 a.m.
Appointment Only

 9-12
Open Hours

 9-12
Open Hours

 9-12
Open Hours

 9-12
Open Hours

 9-12
Open Hours

 12-3
Appointment Only

 12-3
Appointment Only

 12-3
Appointment Only

 12-3
Appointment Only

 12-3
Appointment Only

 After 3
Practice
Game Coverage

 After 3
Practice
Game Coverage

 After 3
Practice
Game Coverage

 After 3
Practice
Game Coverage

 After 3
Practice
Game Coverage

 
* No treatment during game coverage
* Times subject to change


The Athletic Training Profession At A Glance

Athletic Training is centered on providing health care for the physically active population.  The profession itself took roots in the United States in the early to mid 1900s.  Since then the profession has rapidly grown and is recognized as an allied health profession by the American Medical Association (AMA).

Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC) are now employed in a variety of settings to assist the physically active.  Athletic Trainers are commonly found in College/University Athletic Departments, Sports Medicine and Physical Rehabilitation Clinics/Hospitals, High Schools, and Professional Sports.  Athletic Trainers are highly educated professionals and are generally viewed as the primary provider of injury management, prevention, evaluation, and rehabilitation of injured athletes.  Athletic Trainers work under the direction of a licensed medical physician, as a physician extender in many settings, and administer varying degrees of medical care depending on the employment setting.  Typically the Athletic Trainer works very closely with the doctors, coaches, and parents of injured athletes.  Athletic Trainers are governed by the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) and the state they are employed in.