Sports Medicine

MISSION. The Athletic Training Services role is to provide the highest quality healthcare to the student-athletes of Green Mountain College.  The comprehensive healthcare services provided include: injury prevention, recognition and assessment of injuries and illnesses, management and treatment of injuries and illnesses, rehabilitation and conditioning, and healthcare administration.

The athletic training staff, as licensed allied healthcare professionals, supports the Mission of the GMC Athletic Department, by recognizing the importance that involvement in physical activity can make to both the physical and psychological well-being of individuals.  Therefore, we are committed to promoting a safe and healthy environment for sports participation.

PERSONNEL. The Sports Medicine staff consists of two certified athletic trainers and a orthopedic specialist who coordinate and supervise all medical coverage. Additional staff consists of various consulting medical specialists. In some instances, a student athletic trainer intern may be available.

The GMC Sports Medicine program utilizes medical specialists whenever deemed necessary. These medical specialists consist of orthopedics, consultants, dentists, ophthalmologists, ENTs, OB-GYNs, and other professionals who may be required to adequately handle an acute injury or illness sustained by an athlete.

CLINICAL HOURS

9:30 am - post-practice treatments are complete
9:30 am - 4:30 pm (when no practices are being held)

 Exceptions:

  • Weekend hours will directly relate to the team practice schedule and the training room will be open for the hour before practice and from the end of practice until the final treatment is completed.
  • During practice hours, the athletic training room will only be open if there is more then one staff member present. In the event that only one staff member is available, athletic trainers will be found at the practice site for treatments or emergencies.