Bryn Mawr Athletic Training
|Sports Medicine Staff||Visiting Team/
|Concussion Information||Sickle Cell Policy|
The goal of the Bryn Mawr College Athletic training staff is to cultivate an environment that enhances the health and well being of our scholar-athletes and the Bryn Mawr College Community. This is obtained through the prevention and treatment of sports related injuries; evaluation of conditions that limit or impede a scholar-athlete’s ability to participate in athletics; providing a safe place for the diverse population of our scholar-athletes; education of students, staff and faculty on the benefits of fitness and physical activity.
Athletic Training Room Hours:
|11:00-12:30||open for rehabilitation and injury evaluations|
|12:30-1:30||closed for lunch|
|1:30-3:30||open for rehabilitation and injury evaluations|
|3:30-4:30||preparation for practices|
|4:30-6:30||open for rehabilitation|
The athletic training room is open from 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. for injury evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation. After 3:30 p.m. our focus becomes pre-practice athlete preparations as well as field set up for practices. We DO NOT perform injury evaluations after 3:30 p.m. The volume of duties we have at this time does not permit us to devote the necessary time to perform thorough evaluations. We understand that these hours may not work for people that have a full class schedule. If this is the case, call (x7346) or e-mail any athletic trainer to make an appointment, if available. Please note that during weekends and holiday breaks, hours will depend on when contests and practices are scheduled. Please contact us if you have questions.
Things to remember:
1. If you see a physician on your own please remember to keep the athletic training staff informed. You will need to supply some information such as a doctor’s note so that we are updated on your situation. Please note that our team physician has the ultimate say to release and return you back to participation.
2. If you have asthma make sure you have your inhaler with you at the field at all times.
3. If you have a severe allergy (ie bee stings) and have been given a prescription for an epi-pen please have it with you at all times.
4. If you suspect that you might have a concussion, please report it as soon as possible. It is better to sit out one game than to put your entire season and semester as risk.