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Sports Medicine student

Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation students will practice the concepts of patients’ rights, quality of care, communication skills, teamwork, decision-making and legal and ethical issues. Course includes work in the following areas: prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of common sports injuries, health care administration, nutrition and insurance issues. Advanced anatomy including the musculoskeletal, nervous, and circulatory and respiratory system will be emphasized throughout the course.

Program Standards

Sports Medicine student taking skill calibration

Program Details 

  • Sports Medicine 1-2 (Year 1)   
  • Sports Medicine 3-4 Honors (Year 2)  
  • Sports Medicine 5-6 Honors  (Year 3) 
  • Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation Internship (Year 4)

  •  CPR, First Aid and Automated External Defibrillation through the American Red Cross, OSHA 10

Student taping athlete


HOSA provides students an opportunity to participate in a variety of opportunities, ranging from leadership, school and community service, and healthcare related competitions.  Students are able to participate both in and out of the classroom, attend a variety of leadership training conferences, and compete at the regional, state, and international levels.

Sports Med students do a physical analysis

Careers in Sports Medicine

  • $49,860 Average Annual Wage
  • Athletic Training 
  •  Strength and Conditioning 
  •  Physical Therapy 
  •  Personal Training

The Sports Medicine program is available at:

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