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Athletic Training

Athletic Training Room Location

Daskalakis Athletic Center

Room 203 - 3rd Floor of the DAC

(Located in the back right corner of Cozen Court)

Information & Forms

Clinic Hours - Open for Evaluation & Treatment

  • Monday – Wednesday: 1pm - 5pm
  • Thursday & Friday are by appointment ONLY
* Please e-mail clubatc@drexel.edu for availability

Athletic Trainer Contact Information

Bridget A. Wiseley, MS, ATC

Head Athletic Trainer, Club Sports

215-895-4963

baw93@drexel.edu

Athletic Trainers are on campus Monday – Thursday from 6-10pm for evening practice coverage

What is an ATC?

Athletic Trainers (ATs) are highly qualified, multi-skilled health care professionals who collaborate with physicians. The services provided by ATs comprise prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.

Athletic Trainers are Experts

Working to prevent and treat musculoskeletal injuries and sports-related illnesses, athletic trainers offer a continuum of care unparalleled in health care. ATs are part of a team of health care professionals – they practice under the direction of and in collaboration with physicians. ATs work with those individuals who are physically active or involved in sports participation through all stages of life to prevent, treat and rehabilitate injuries and medical conditions. Athletic trainers should not be confused with personal trainers or “trainers” who focus solely on fitness and conditioning. Always refer to an “athletic trainer” or “AT” to ensure clarify of profession and quality of care.

AT’s are educated and professionally prepared for all of the following:

  • Evidence-based practice & health promotion
  • Prevention measures to ensure highest quality of care
  • Clinical examination & diagnosis
  • Immediate & acute care of injury and illness, especially in emergencies
  • Treatment, rehabilitation and reconditioning
  • Therapeutic intervention
  • Psychosocial strategies and referral
  • Health care administration
  • Ethical and legal practice, cultural competence
  • Professionalism &patient-centered approach

Athletic Trainers save lives

ATs are on site to treat acute & chronic injuries. They work with patients to avoid injuries, provide immediate care, and they rehabilitate patients after injuries or surgery. However we all know that sports injuries can be serious and sudden. Brain & spinal cord injuries, and conditions such as heat illness can be life threatening if not recognized & properly treated. Consistent presence and continuity of care builds trust and allow AT’s to provide the best possible care to our athletes.

If you would like to learn more about the ATC’s here within the Recreation Department please visit:

Athletic Training - Drexel Club Sports or email us clubatc@drexel.edu

Link to ATS

Social Links

Twitter: @DrexelClubATC