Lovejoy Student Athletic Training Program
What is Athletic Training?
"Athletic training" is the form of health care that includes the practice of preventing, recognizing, assessing, managing, treating, disposing of, and reconditioning athletic injuries under the direction of a physician licensed in this state or another qualified, licensed health professional who is authorized to refer for health care services within the scope of the person's license.
The mission of the Athletic Training Program is to provide the highest level of care to the student-athletes at Lovejoy High School while also developing the future generation of medical professionals.
The services provided by ATs include:
- Injury prevention
- Emergency care
- Clinical diagnosis
- Rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions
- Injury Documentation
What will I get to learn?
As a student athletic trainer you have the opportunity to get real hands on experience in the following subjects
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Medical Terminology
- Taping & Bandaging
- Equipment Fitting
- Prevention of Athletic Injuries and Illnesses
- Immediate and Emergency Care
What does the job entail?
As a member of the student athletic training program you will get to work closely with a majority of the sports at Lovejoy High School including...
- Cross Country
- Boys & Girls Basketball
- Boys & Girls Soccer
- Boys & Girls Wrestling
How Do I Become a Student Athletic Trainer?
Applicants should review the Lovejoy Sports Medicine Student Athletic Trainer Handbook before they apply. Interested students should complete the following Student Athletic Trainer Application. Application Deadline is March 3, 2023. Students will be contacted by Coach Sarah or Coach Andrew after they have completed the application with next steps.