Athletic Training

Athletic Training

Athletic Training

Campus Recreation Athletic Training Services

UCCS Campus Recreation in partnership with Centura Health offers comprehensive Athletic Training services to all UCCS Campus Recreation members including students, faculty, and staff. During scheduled clinic hours, UCCS Campus Recreation members can meet one-on-one by appointment or drop-in with the Athletic Trainer for musculoskeletal evaluations. Sign-up for an appointment today using the link below.

Athletic trainers (ATs) are multi-skilled health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions. To learn more about Athletic Trainers, visit https://www.nata.org/about/athletic-training

Schedule Appointment

 

Services

The Club Sports Athletic Trainer can assist you with:

  • Biomechanical assessments
  • Care of acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders (eg. Sprains, strains, tendonitis, etc.)
  • Concussion management
  • First-aid and emergency care
  • Injury prevention
  • Referrals to appropriate healthcare resources
  • Tools and education to return to play safely
  • Treatment and rehabilitation of injuries

*Note: This service is not available to NCAA UCCS Student-Athletes.

Athletic Training Services for Club Sports

 Athletic Training services are available to all active Club members at no cost. Schedule an appointment using your Healthy Roster app or contact Christina Lorete, MSAT, ATC at christinalorete@centura.org. 

    Access

    Campus Recreation Athletic Training Facility
    Alpine Field
    Office 201 – Floor F1 (5th floor of Alpine Parking Garage and Field)

    Hours of Operation
    TBD

    Monday - Friday
    By Appointment Only:

    Appointments now available virtually through Healthy Roster. Contact Christina Lorete, MSAT, ATC at christinalorete@centura.com to schedule.

     

    Additional Resources

       

      Injury Prevention Resources

      The following handouts from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) provide information regarding various common injuries and illnesses associated with physical activity. For additional information or persisting concerns, it is recommended you seek medical attention from your Athletic Trainer or other healthcare professional.

      Injury Prevention Handouts