Sports Medicine Pathway

  • The Sports Medicine program prepares students for a career in the health care profession of sports medicine services.  Students will gain fundamental knowledge of the health care industry, medical careers, first aid and CPR, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, and basic medical skills.  Students will develop skills and pass competencies used in most athletic training settings. 

    The content includes effective communication, practical experience with CPR, first aid, taping, wrapping, stretching and rehabilitation of injuries.  Students will be expected to complete a minimum of 30 hours per semester of lab experience in addition to class time.  The pathway concludes with Sports Medicine III, where students will demonstrate competencies in taping, wrapping, modality application, proper use of rehabilitation equipment and high school sports medicine facility management.  Students will be expected to complete hours of lab experience in addition to class time where they will receive a student athletic trainer certificate at the conclusion of the class. 

    Pathway Course Sequence:

    • Health Professions A & B
      10th Grade
    • Sports Medicine II A & B
      11th Grade
    • Sports Medicine III A & B
      12th Grade


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