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Athletic Training

What is Athletic Training?

The objective of the Athletic Training Program at Indian Springs High School is to provide the highest level of service to the student-athletes. We also aim to inform parents about important health care for their children. These services include prevention, care, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries as well as psychological, nutritional, and physiological needs of all student-athletes. The Athletic Trainer will deliver care objectively and conscientious blend of concern for the healing of the student-athlete’s body and mind. As an athletic trainer, we act as an advocate for your child and their well-being, we can help with many things including insurance claims, scheduling surgeries, and other things that may stem from athletic injuries.

The Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), is an integral part of a health care system directed at physical activity and sport. The athletic trainer at Indian Springs High School has the full responsibility for operational procedures of the Athletic Training Room. These responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Prevention
  • Evaluation and Assessment
  • Immediate Care
  • Treatment, rehabilitation and recognition
  • Organization and administration
  • Professional development

Understand that my role as your children’s athletic trainer is to maintain safe participation for all student athletes under my care. An athlete will never be removed for the sake of exclusion and a risk-reward thought process is always taken. Please, recognize that if your child is limited or removed from play for any amount of time, priority always lies with your children’s health and well-being above all else.

 

I look forward to hearing from you, and please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions. Also please see the right sidebar for additional information about athletic training.

Zachary Norton-Martinez

(909) 838-8042

zachary.nortonmartinez@sbcusd.k12.ca.us

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