Sports Medicine

 Sports Medicine Program

The goal of the Our Lady of Mercy Sports Medicine program is to provide the highest quality of care possible for all student-athletes. We strive for accurate injury identification, swift and safe return to play, and education of parents and athletes about their injuries.

Certified Athletic Trainers are allied healthcare professionals responsible for the prevention, management, and care of injuries at all levels of physical activity. They serve as a liaison between the athlete and physician as well as the athlete and coach. The athletic trainer at Mercy is responsible for covering all sporting events on campus as well as away games for varsity football and other selected events.

Student-athletes receive treatments using an ultrasound machine, electric stimulation, therapeutic whirlpool, moist heat packs from our hydrocollator, ice massage, and ice packs in addition to rehab stretching and exercises to return them to full activity in a safe and efficient manner.

****Attention Our Lady of Mercy Parents****

In order for your child to participate in Mercy athletics it is mandatory that you get your child has an updated (current) physical on file with the certified athletic trainer.

Once they have their physical completed, they are good for one year (a year to the date in which their physical has been completed).

The Pre-Participation Sports Physical must be completed on the GHSA Pre-Participation Sports Physical form.

The physical form is located on the sports medicine link under forms.

Parents and Students are required to sign the GHSA Concussion Awareness Form. The form is located under the forms tab.