Bryn Athyn Sports Medicine
In support of Bryn Athyn College’s primary mission to enhance students’ civil, moral and spiritual life, through a program that fosters commitment, sportsmanship and charity, the sports medicine department will strive to develop programming founded on integrity, accountability and scientific best practices. In keeping with this mission we will provide professional and efficient care that will assure a positive healthy experience, an improved quality of life, as well as athletic success.
The philosophy of the Athletic Training room
- To serve as the primary source of care for all Bryn Athyn College student-athlete.
- To provide the highest level of care for all individuals participating in athletic activities, by utilizing the most current and evidence based techniques.
- To facilitate communication between all student-athletes, primary care personnel, coaches and administrators.
- To utilize the best practice standards of the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), and the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainer’s Society (PATS), to provide the safest conditions possible for the participation in athletic activities by all student-athletes.
Bryn Athyn College Sports Medicine Pre-Participation Physical Information
This is a reminder that all student-athletes must be annually physicaled and a review completed by the sports medicine staff prior to participating in intercollegiate athletics for Bryn Athyn College. This must be completed within six months of your participation in any conditioning, practice or competition (NCAA Bylaw 17.1.5). In addition, you must be cleared academically and complete the required NCAA forms.
(FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL PREVENT YOU FROM PARTICIPATING IN YOUR SELECTED SPORT)
** Participation Form and ADD / ADHD Forms must be completed before attending sports phyiscal appointments.**
Fall Sports Physical Date On Campus: (Men's Soccer and Women's Volleyball)
August 19th @ 6:00 pm - Health Clinic
Winter and Spring Physical Date on Campus: (Men’s and Women’s Cross Country,Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse)
August 28th @ 6:00 pm - Health Clinic
6:00pm – Cross Country
6:30pm – Men’s and Women's Basketball
8:30pm – Men’s and Women's Lacrosse
Winter and Spring Physical Date on Campus: (Ice Hockey, Men’s and Women’s Tennis)
September 2nd @ 6:30 pm - Health Clinic
6:30pm – Men's Ice Hockey
7:30pm – Men’s and Women's Tennis
SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF CONTACT INFORMATION
Head Athletic Trainer
P - 267-502-4517
F - 267-502-2570
500 Willow Ave
Willow Grove, Pa. 19002
1200 Old York Rd.
NCAA / NATA POSITION STATEMENTS:
Concussion Fact Sheet for Student-Athletes
Concussion Fact Sheet for Coaches
Preventing Sudden Death in Sports
Frequently Asked Questions regarding Act 59: the Sudden Cardia Arrest Prevention Act
Sickle Cell Trait and
NCAA Position Statement on the Sickle Cell Trait
NATA Official Statement on Steroids and Performance Enhancing Substances
NCAA Drug Testing
List of NCAA Banned Substances
National Athletic Trainers' Association
Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers' Association
Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association
NATA Board of Certification
NATA Code of Ethics
NATA Standards of Practice