- Medical Referrals
- Clinical Care
- Team Coverage
The athletic training room is accessible to all Barry University student- athletes. Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 10:00 am - 12:00 noon and 1:00 - 6:00 pm. Appointments can be made if necessary. Morning hours are best utilized for treatment and rehabilitation. The afternoon hours are for pre-event or pre-practice preparation, along with follow up treatment and rehabilitation. Weekends are open subject to events and practice schedules.
Our athletic training room staff consists of two full-time certified and licensed Athletic Trainers, along with two graduate assistant athletic trainers who are certified and licensed. In addition, we have athletic training students who assist the staff with each sport as part of their fieldwork experience in our accredited athletic training program.
Our state-of-the-art athletic training room clinic is equipped with a variety of sophisticated modalities and rehabilitative equipment.
We have a medical referral policy in which athletes are assessed by our staff first, and if needed, are referred to the appropriate medical personnel or health-allied professional. This includes our team orthopedics or podiatrist. General medical problems are either referred to the university’s student health services or a primary health care practitioner. Please keep in mind that all outside referrals are based on primary insurance pre-authorization. All general medical problems or illnesses go through the athlete’s primary insurance only.
Our team physicians consist of orthopedics and podiatrist. We offer weekly podiatric clinics at Barry and bi-monthly orthopedic clinics. Student-athletes may also be referred as needed.
Team physicians are present or on call for all Barry University’s home events.
A certified athletic trainer and athletic training students are present at all practices and home events. A certified athletic trainer and/or athletic training student will travel with high risk (i.e. contact) sports. Some lower risk sports will travel with either a certified athletic trainer or athletic training student as needed.
A certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) is available in the afternoons for sports performance training and workouts.
Within the HPLS building, there is a state-of- the-art human performance laboratory and two exercise physiologists. They are available for consultation
for performance testing i.e. VO2 max testing, body composition assessment, nutritional information, and more for Barry University’s athletes.