Sports Medicine

    Sports Medicine Mission Statement

    The mission of the Indiana University Sports Medicine program is to provide high quality medical care to Indiana University student-athletes through prevention, assessment, treatment, rehabilitation, and education of athletic injuries and illnesses. Providing medical care and treatment to more than 600 athletes representing 24 sports, our Sports Medicine Team consists of multiple allied health care professionals including Certified Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapists, Team Physicians, Orthopedic Specialists, Sports Psychologists and Registered Dieticians. The 13 Staff Athletic Trainers and 7 Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainers are all NATABOC Certified, hold State of Indiana Licensure, and have additional CPR Professional Rescuer certifications by the American Red Cross or American Heart Association.

    As part of an institution of higher learning, the Indiana University Sports Medicine program participates in the learning process by educating graduate and undergraduate athletic training students through our CAATE accredited athletic training education programs. Undergraduate athletic training students also assist with daily coverage responsibilities of Indiana University athletic practices and competitions.

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    Assembly Hall
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    John Miller
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    Cook Hall
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    Cook Hall

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