Our Sports Medicine Program is dedicated to providing area athletes with
the best care possible by preventing, recognizing and managing sports
injuries, including concussions.
Athletic Training Services
Our certified athletic trainers provide services for three area high schools
in Glynn Country. These services include practices, athletic events and
daily athletic training room hours during the school year. Each trainer
is experienced in concussion recognition and management as well as ImPACT
concussion testing for high-risk sports.
Certified Athletic Trainers
Our certified athletic trainers are skilled and experienced in the prevention
of sports injuries and the management of athletes' health and well-being.
They also assist in the rehabilitation of injured athletes and work with
players both on and off the field. Our Certified athletic trainers work
under the supervision of Beau Sasser, M.D., board-certified orthopaedic
surgeon and director of the Sports Medicine Program.
Youth and Community Outreach Services
In addition to our area schools, we offer our expertise to local youth
and community sports organizations. Services include:
- ACL (anterior crucilate ligament) injury prevention
- American Heart Association CPR and first-aid certifications
- Athletic training services at special events
- Body fat testing
- Concussion education, prevention and management
- Conditioning program development
- Education for coaching staff, athletes and parents
- ImPACT concussion testing
- Pre-participation physical evaluations
- Sports nutrition
- Sports performance enhancement
- Student athletic training
Student Athletic Trainer Camp, June 14-16, 2016
Our Student Athletic Training Program exposes students to the foundations
of various health related careers and gives them with important life skills.
For more information, please contact Chantal Pierre, ATC at 912-466-5745.
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medicine practices. Blog followers enjoy a wide range of sports medicine
topic discussions, including tips on healthy living, training tips for
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How do I contact an athletic trainer?
For more information about our sports medicine program and athletic trainer
services, please call us at 912-466-5399.