Sports Medicine/Strength and Conditioning
The St. Catherine's School Sports Medicine program delivers quality professional healthcare to athletes of St. Catherine's School and their opponents. We are committed to the domains of Athletic Training as set forth by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA). We will ensure that all student athletes are rendered equal, appropriate care regardless of their injury/ illness and any social issues that accompany it. Furthermore, we expect the Athletic Trainer(s) who will be providing these services to maintain the highest standards of quality consistent with the NATA Standards of Professional Practice and the credentialing statutes of the state of Virginia. We will remain committed to ongoing healthcare and updated medical techniques to better enhance the overall quality of the healthcare provided to St. Catherine's student-athletes. The St. Catherine's Sports Medicine program aspires to produce the best medical care that can be adequately and institutionally provided.
What is a Certified Athletic Trainer?
Certified Athletic Trainers, also known as ATCs, are medical professionals who specialize in the prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses that occur in athletics and among the physically active. You've probably seen an ATC working with professional athletes on television, at local sporting events and in the high school athletic training room.