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Athletic Trainers

Get support for you and your team.

Elevate your athletic performance.

Athletic trainers (ATs) are multi-skilled specialists who collaborate with physicians to support injury recovery and improve athletic ability. ATs play a crucial role in your health, offering personalized care that reduces your risk of injury, shortens your recovery time, and helps you achieve peak performance.

Maximize your health and recovery.

ATs are essential in maintaining your health and performance. They provide a wide range of services, from initial care to rehabilitation. With an AT, you’ll have access to experts in:

  • Primary care
  • Injury prevention
  • Wellness promotion
  • Emergent care
  • Clinical diagnosis
  • Therapeutic intervention
  • Rehabilitation

Health and safety measures

  • Annual athletic physicals and consistent communication with team physicians
  • Access to the St. Luke’s Sports Concussion Network & Testing Program
  • Access to the St. Luke’s Saturday Morning Fall Athletic Injury Clinics
  • Daily coverage for practices and games, including injury evaluations and athletic training program management


Fast track medical access

  • Immediate access to top regional hospitals, emergency rooms, and a level 1 adult trauma center
  • Direct connections with St. Luke’s orthopedic surgeons, Primary Care Sports Medicine physicians, cardiologists, neurologists, and other specialists

Educational initiatives

  • Instructional sessions for students, coaches, and parent organizations
  • CPR/AED training for coaching staff
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Advanced sports medicine

St. Luke’s brings together highly qualified, licensed athletic trainers to revolutionize your athletic program. With a focus on training and sports medicine, we serve over 100,000 youth and collegiate athletes in PA and NJ. This means you’ll get individualized attention to help you reach your goals.