Athletic Training

Certified athletic trainers are health care professionals who specialize in preventing, recognizing, managing and rehabilitating injuries that result from physical activity. As part of a complete health care team, the certified athletic trainer works under the direction of a licensed physician and in cooperation with other health care professionals, athletics administrators, coaches and parents. The American Medical Association (AMA) has recognized athletic trainers as an allied health care profession since 1990.

Fisher-Titus Athletic Training Services work within Huron County and surrounding area schools to provide athletic training services. Other services include Pupil Activity Supervisor Permit (PASP) Educational Programs required by Ohio Department of Education, CPR/AED training courses, certified weight assessors for high school wrestling, performance enhancement, team strength/conditioning and AED maintenance/services.

For more information please visit: National Athletic Trainers' Association or Ohio Athletic Trainers' Association

AT Educational Programs

Fisher-Titus Medical Center Athletic Training Services offers various staff members to speak on subjects related to Sports Medicine. Staff members address issues concerning the care and prevention of athletic injuries, sports enhancements, sports nutrition, as well as the various components that make up the field of sports medicine. From schools to service groups, many topics can be designed to fit your organization's needs.

Coaches Education Program

The Ohio Department of Education requires individuals who supervise, direct or coach a pupil activity program that involves athletics, routine/regular physical activity, or health and safety considerations as determined by the local board of education are adherent to Administrative Code 33021-27-01, revised June 1995.

Such individuals may attend the Pupil Activity Supervisor Permit (PASP) offered by Fisher-Titus Medical Center.

Pupil Activity Handout Library

Sports Injury Guidelines

The following documents are sports injury guideline sheets, containing information on typical sports injuries.

This information is not intended to be, and should not be used as a substitute for appropriate medical care. If you have any doubt, consult a physician immediately.

General Sports Medicine Tips

Other Sports Guidelines

Patient Story: Kaelyn Harkness

Patient Story: Athletic Training

Kaelyn is back to full strength after a torn ACL and meniscus stopped her game cold. Her successful care journey began with immediate, on-site care from a Fisher-Titus Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist.

Patient Story: Jessica Hayes

Patient Story: Athletic Training

Jessica is 100 percent after a heart rhythm disorder interrupted her playing time.

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