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  Ms. Aubrie Jaime

    ROP Teacher

Common Sports Injuries

Career Options

Certified Athletic Trainers will have the opportunity to work in high schools, colleges and universities, hospitals, clinics, professional sports, public safety, the military, and the performing arts as popular and emerging settings.

Sports Medicine


 

Sports Medicine

 

MISSION

The Sports Medicine Program serves with the highest standard of organization, administration, prevention, evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, and management of athletic injuries.

 

 

WHAT IS AN ATHLETIC TRAINER?

A Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) is a healthcare professional that works alongside physicians in order to achieve high quality care.  Sports Medicine services include:

 

-injury / illness prevention and wellness protection

-clinical evaluation and diagnosis

-immediate and emergency care

-treatment and rehabilitation

-organizational professional health and well-being

 

 

SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF

Certified Athletic Trainer

Aubrie Jaime

Work Email: ajaime@azusa.org

Work Phone:  626-815-3600 ext. 3736

Sports Medicine Clinic (SMC): Room - C6

Athletic Training Room (ATR): Locker Room Office

 

Sports Medicine Advisor

Marvin Herbert, Jr.

1SG(R), USA

First Sergeant

Senior Army Instructor

Gladiator Battalion

Work Email: mherbert@azusa.org

Work Phone: 626-815-3712

Sports Medicine Program

The Sports Medicine Program at Gladstone High School is currently a 1 year program and eventually will become a 2 year pathway program. Through academic coursework and hands-on clinical experiences, students learn how to provide immediate and follow-up care to patients while under the direct supervision of a Certified Athletic Trainer. Students will be able to observe, learn from, interact with physicians, athletic trainers, emergency medical technicians, paramedics, fireman, nurses, physical therapists, patients, athletes, coaches, and parents. Students enrolled in this program complete coursework in the areas of acute care and emergency management of injuries, orthopedic assessment, therapeutic modalities and exercise, biomechanics, pharmacology and medical conditions, strength and conditioning, health care administration, and psychological aspects of injury and illness.

COLLEGE CREDIT

This articulation agreement with Mt. SAC from 2016 - 2017 benefits our GHS students. Because of the agreement, students who complete 2 semesters of Sports Medicine, will be able to achieve college credit. This college credit can be applied to both Public and Private Universities.