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.
- 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
ClubsHOSA 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.
Careers in Sports Medicine
- $49,860 Average Annual Wage
- Athletic Training
- Strength and Conditioning
- Physical Therapy
- Personal Training