The following policies and procedures of the Eastern Nazarene College Sports Medicine Staff have been written to inform the student-athlete, parents, coaches, administrators and staff as to how the group generally operates. For these policies and procedures to work successfully, full support and cooperation will be needed from the entire medical staff, athletics department staff, parents and student-athletes.
Eastern Nazarene College employs board certified, state licensed Athletic Trainers (ATCs) who are responsible for organizing and administering athletic training and sports medicine related services for all student-athletes. The Athletic Trainers work under the direction of licensed medical physicians. The healthcare provided will place emphasis on prevention, assessment, emergency care, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and illnesses. The Athletic Trainers are required to provide health and safety education for the athletics department administrators, coaching staff and student-athletes.
Athletic Training Hours & Schedule
The Athletic Training Room will be open 30 minutes prior to practices and 90 minutes prior to contests. The Athletic Training Room will stay open 30 minutes after practices and contests finish.
Visiting Team Information
The Athletic Training Room is located on the lower level of the Lahue Physical Education Center.
The Athletic Training Room has equipment for thermo-, cryo- and hydrotherapies, one electric stimulation unit, one ultrasound unit, as well as several treatment and taping tables.
Ice, bags, water and cups, and an AED will be available at all games at Eastern Nazarene. A state-licensed ATC will be present and available one hour before, during, and for 30 minutes after each game.
If our team is not traveling with an Athletic Trainer, we will contact you in advance. Please show the ENC sports medicine staff the same courtesy.