Auburn Sports MedicineWe are committed to providing comprehensive, high-quality medical services to every student-athlete. On-site medical services provided include, but are not limited to, prevention, evaluation, and treatment of injuries and illnesses, rehabilitation services, pre-participation exams, nutritional counseling, psychological counseling, and drug education and counseling.
The AU Sports Medicine team is comprised of eleven certified full-time staff and eleven certified graduate assistants, three orthopedic consultants, and various health care professionals located throughout the Auburn/Opelika area.. Our professional staff is responsible for overseeing and maintaining the health and well-being of over 400 student-athletes participating in 19 Division I sports in the Southeastern Conference.
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Mission StatementThe sports medicine program is responsible for all instances that affect the health and welfare of the student-athlete on campus. Athlete has been defined as any person participating in a university sponsored intercollegiate athletic activity. The sports medicine program shall be responsible for managing the complete health needs of the intercollegiate student athlete.
The professional staff of Auburn University Sports Medicine has the responsibility over all items affecting the health and safety of student athletes. This includes, but is not limited to, participation, conditioning, protective equipment/devices, nutritional concerns, maintenance of safe playing fields and facilities, and any other matter that would affect the health or safety of the student-athlete.
PhilosophyThe sports medicine program embodies the commitment of patient/player care, education of the student-athlete as well as the provider, personal and community service, and the implementation and development of research.