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aThletic training

Our athletic trainers provide efficient pre- and post-injury care to athletes through school partnerships.

Athletic training and school partnerships

WHAT IS Athletic training?

Our Athletic Training program provides professional healthcare services to high schools across Mississippi. The benefits of athletic training are evident in preventive care, immediate response, rehabilitation, and education. Our athletic trainers also work closely with local physicians and coaches within your organization and / or institution to tailor each program to best fulfill your sports medicine needs.


  • Injury prevention strategies

  • Sports performance enhancement

  • Rehabilitation support and return-to-sport protocol

  • Functional movement assessments

  • Individualized strength, agility, or conditioning programs

  • Collaborative with schools and individuals

Our Services

Our Athletic Trainers (ATCs) are the heartbeat of support within schools, making a profound impact on the well-being of student athletes. From injury prevention strategies to immediate response on the field, our ATCs play a crucial role in fostering a safe and thriving athletic environment. It’s more than a service; it’s a commitment to community.

Athletic training Services

  • All athletic trainers are nationally certified and state licensed

  • Administration of neurocognitive testing and concussion management

  • Conditioning, flexibility, and sports performance enhancement programs

  • Athletic trainers on call 24/7

  • Game, event, and practice athletic training services

  • Evaluate athletes in pre-season

School Partnerships

Central Hinds Academy logo
McLaurin High School logo
Discovery Christian School logo
Mt. Salus Christian Academy logo
East Rankin Academy logo
Pearl High School logo
Florence High School logo
Jackson Academy logo
Pelahatchie High School logo

When To Arrive

On average, a patient’s first visit lasts about one hour. We ask that patients arrive 15 minutes early to sign-in and complete paperwork.


What To Bring

On your first visit, you’ll need to bring your physician referral or prescription (if needed), your insurance card, your primary registration forms, your ID or driver’s license and your co-payment (as applicable).


Your First Visit

Our office managers will help you through completing the registration and insurance process, then you will begin your evaluation with a therapist. It is helpful to know your key past medical history, previous treatments, current medications, and any symptoms you may be experiencing. Your movement, strength, coordination, and other factors will be evaluated before our therapist discusses with you their recommendation and prepares a personalized treatment plan.


Treatment Plan

Evaluation findings will be shared with your referring physician or preferred medical expert, and the office managers will help you plan your series of visits based on the quantity and frequency determined by your therapist. Your subsequent visits will focus on treatment that is based on your diagnosis and individualized goals.

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