Mrs. Jess Cutsler, MS, LAT, ATC
Office: 610-688-7610 x. 153
What is athletic training?
“Athletic training is practiced by athletic trainers. Athletic trainers are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to optimize activity and participation of patients and clients across age and care continuums. Athletic trainers work under the direction of physicians, as prescribed by state licensure statutes. The services provided by athletic trainers comprise prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention, and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.” –nata.org/athletic-training
Athletic Training Room
From the inside: first floor, across from the ‘East Cafe’ near the weight room. From the outside: letter ‘P’ across from the back soccer field, between the weight room and cafeteria
M-F: Trainer arrives by 8th period (approximately 1:45 p.m.) and remains at the school until the last practice or competition has ended.
Weekends: Staff only attends weekend home games, arriving one hour prior to the start of the game and remains until 15-30 minutes after the conclusion of the game.
Medications to athletes can only be given with parent consent, in the form of a written note, on file in the training room.
Please report injuries/concussions ASAP! And remember, an injury can only be cleared by the Athletic Trainer or a doctor, never by a note from parents/coaches.
- NO HANGING OUT
- You CANNOT be in here without staff present
- ALWAYS SIGN IN
- If trainer repeats herself, you have to put money in the jar
- No shoes on the table
- TAKE OFF YOUR CLEATS BEFORE COMING IN
- No leaving bags/equipment
- No foul language
- Ask before taking/return what you borrow
- Clean your mess
- ALWAYS respect trainer decision
Keli Donnelly, Team Physician – (610) 520-6170