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IMPORTANT NEW INFORMATION!!!

The Cabrillo College Sports Medcine Program is now using online software to track all of our student-athelte information.  Please follow the link below and follow the instructions to add your information to our online system

Sportsware Online

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Mark Ramsey MA, ATC, CSCS, CES-Head Athletic Trainer
maramsey@cabrillo.edu
Phone: (831) 479-6448

Mark has been the athletic trainer at Cabrillo College since 2001.  Mark was born and raised in Santa Cruz and graduated from Soquel High School in 1994.  Mark went on to get a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology from Sonoma State University in May 1999 with a concentration athletic training.  Mark also received a Master of Arts degree in Kinesiology from San Jose State University in December of 2004.  Mark previously worked for the Santa Cruz Sports Medicine Center at Dominican Hospital.  Dominican Hospital and Cabrillo College continue to work together to provide adequate healthcare for the student-athletes at Cabrillo College.  Mark is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), the California Athletic Trainers Association (CATA), the California Community College Athletic Trainers Association (CCCATA), and the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). 


Nate Hill, ATC, CSCS Assistant Athletic Trainer

nhill@chw.edu

Nate is also an employee of the Santa Cruz Sports Medicine Center at Dominican Hospital.  Nate is the head athletic trainer at San Lorenzo Valley High School, as well as the assistant athletic trainer at Cabrillo College.  Nate was born and raised in Santa Cruz and graduated from San Lorenzo Valley High School in 1999.  Nate played 2 years of collegiate soccer at Cabrillo College before going on to get a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology from Sonoma State University in May 2004.  Nate has been a Certified Atheltic Trainer since 2005.  Nate is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

 TEAM PHYSICIANS

Thomas Welle, D.O.:  Orthopedic Surgeon

Click Here for Bio

Dr. Jacob Benford. MD:  Sports Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Board Certified

Graduated 1995, University Of California, Los Angeles, School Of Medicine

 

                                Athletic Training Classes:


      KIN 10 A /Fall 2014                            KIN 10 B

               (Syllabus)                                           (Syllabus)

Introduction to Athletic Training: Prevention, Evaluation and Immediate Care of Athletic Injuries:

Textbook:  Foundations of Atheltic Training 5th ed.

Anderson & Parr

(Lecture Power Points)

Introduction to Athletic Training

Treatment and Rehabilitation of Athleic Injuries
(Lecture Power Points)

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter3

Chapter4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 19-Foot Injuries

Chapter 19-Lower Leg & Ankle Injuries

Chapter 20-Cardiovascular Conditions

Chapter 22-Respiratory Conditions

Knee Conditions

Hip/Thigh/Pelvis Conditions

Shoulder Injuries

Upper Arm/ Elbow Conditions

Wrist/Hand Conditions

Face and Head Injuries

 

 

Taping Videos

Ankle

(Heel Lock Only)

(Heel Lock 2)

(Figure 8 Only)

Arch

Knee

Wrist/Hand Thumb

Turf Toe

Bloopers

 

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Introduction to therapeutic Modalities

Cryotherapy and Thermotherapy

Therapeutic Massage

 

 

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Chapter 13

Chapter 16

Chapter 17

Chapter 18 & 19

Chapter 21

Chapter 23

    

ATHELTIC TRAINING STUDENTS

NATA MISSION STATEMENT

"The mission of the National Atheltic Trainers' Associaition is to enhance the quality of health care provided by athletic trainers and to advance the athletic training profession

Cabrillo College Sports Medicine Mission Statement

The mission of the Cabrillo College Sports Medicine Program is to provide Community College Students with the education and clinical experience required to prepare them for an Accredited Atheltic Training Education Program and to provide the highest quality of healthcare to the student-athletes at Cabrillo College.  Our goal is to provide an a fun and safe environment where student athletes and atheltic training students are encouraged to strive for excellence, culitvate an appreciation for evidence based practice, and foster a spirit of professionalism

Full Athletic Training Student Packet

Individual ATS Forms

Athletic Training Student (ATS) Guidlines

ATS Performance Contract

ATS Phase Contracts

ATS Daily Schedule

ATS Daily Hours Log

ATS Skill Competencies

 

 

 



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Contact Information
Sports Medicine
Head Athletic Trainer: Mark Ramsey

831.479.6448
Assistant Athletic Trainer Nate Hill
nhill@chw.edu
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