Sports Medicine

Head athletic trainer Oscar Melero tapes a student-athlete's wrist.Sacred Heart Cathedral’s Sports Medicine Program provides an excellent standard of care for our over 650 student-athletes in all 52 teams. The program provides injury prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation, as well as implements the ImPACT program, a computerized neurocognitive assessment tool for treating concussions. Our two full-time certified athletic trainers also serve as first responders for the SHC community and provide medical care, education and information on many non-sports-related issues as well as all sports injuries.

 Pre-Participation Documents and Information

All student-athletes are required to have their medical clearance forms on file before trying out, practicing or competeing for any team. This process has two steps:
  1. Complete the Student-Athlete Medical Clearance Forms
  2. Complete page 1 of the Athletic Pre-Participation Physical Examination form (including signatures). Your doctor will fill out page 2 at the time of your physical.

Physician Injury/Illness Referral

Automated External Defibrillators

Concussions

Sports Medicine Club

The Sports Medicine Club offers students opportunities to learn firsthand about the care and prevention of athletic injuries. Students work with the goal of becoming student athletic trainers and putting the skills learned to use by eventually working directly with SHC’s athletic teams. 

Sports Nutrition

Staphylococcus Aureus or MRSA Infection