Marist Sports Medicine takes a comprehensive approach in providing quality, sports-related medical services to all of our high school and middle school athletes. This program functions under three basic principles: Daily Accessibility, Event Coverage, and Rehabilitation.
Marist School employs two full-time certified athletic trainers. This provides the opportunity for athletes to have daily access to qualified medical personnel before, during, and after games and practices. Having certified athletic trainers on campus every day gives athletes and parents the peace of mind in knowing that a skilled medical professional is available for evaluation, assessment, and treatment of any sport-related injury if the need arises.
A certified athletic trainer is available for virtually every high school and middle school athletic competition held on Marist School's campus. Athletic trainers are available for pre-and post-game treatments, as well as for primary management of injuries that occur during an athletic contest. This service is available for all Marist athletes as well as for all visiting teams.
Marist Sports Medicine takes pride in its ability to design and implement comprehensive rehabilitation plans for athletes with sports-related injuries. Marist’s athletic trainers work in conjunction with physicians and/or physical therapists to provide a unique opportunity for injured athletes to complete rehabilitation programs on campus, under the supervision of a professional. The training room is equipped with all of the essential rehabilitation tools including a whirlpool, ultrasound, Game Ready unit, electrical stimulation unit, and hydroculator for moist heat.