What’s an athletic trainer?
Athletic trainers are health care professionals with education and training to:
Prevent injuries that can happen during exercise or playing sports.
Recognize and evaluate muscle, bone and joint injuries.
Provide immediate care of sports injuries.
Help people recover and recondition after a sports injury.
Licensed athletic trainers
Trust ProHealth’s licensed athletic trainers (LATs) for safe, skilled care. Our team includes Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCS) – professionals with expertise in training athletes to improve their performance. Feel confident you’ll get the best possible care for your condition or injury because our trainers work closely with doctors and other health care providers.
When to see an athletic trainer
Athletic trainers work with people all of all ages, fitness levels and athletic abilities. You may benefit from athletic training services if you want to:
Be more competitive in your sport.
Build strength, endurance, range of motion or flexibility.
Learn proper form for your sport or activity.
Prevent sports injuries and re-injuries.
Return to an active lifestyle after an orthopedic injury or surgery.
Training and performance programs
Turn to ProHealth for a wide range of athletic training services, including:
Community athletic event coverage
Endurance performance assessment and training
Functional movement screening and corrective exercises
Golf performance programs
School athletic training
Throwing performance training
On-site sports medicine
Choose ProHealth for athletic training services at your community event or sports tournament. To learn more, call