Danielle Williams, LAT ATCCertified Athletic TrainerWhat is a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC)?
Certified Athletic Trainers (ATCs) are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians. The services provided by ATCs include, but are not limited to; prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.
ATCs improve patient functional and physical outcomes.
ATC's specialize in patient education to prevent injury and re-injury, which reduces rehabilitative and other health care costs.
Our goal: To provide the best possible healthcare for our student athletes with an emphasis on injury prevention. We believe the best way to achieve this is by educating our athletes, parents and coaches.
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Please turn a completed physical into the school NURSE no later than... TBAA physical turned in past the due date could delay the athlete starting on the 1st day of practice.The NJDOE approved PHYSICAL form is to be completed by the parent & the doctor.If the athlete has a current physical on file with the nurse, then the NJDOE approved MEDICAL HISTORY UPDATE form must be completed and handed to the nurse before the start of each season.Physicals are good for 365 days.
Hydration in Sports
What is Dehydration?
Dehydration refers to an inadequate amount of fluid in the body. Among athletes who participate in sports, dehydration can occur very quickly and often without notice.