The 31 Norton Sports Health certified athletic trainers have helped athletes at high schools in Louisville and Southern Indiana prevent injuries, stay healthy and active and, most recently, establish COVID-19 protocols.
Athletic trainers have taken the lead helping keep athletes safer during the COVID-19 pandemic, getting them back to competition while keeping them safer from infection.
The 31 Norton Sports Health certified athletic trainers have helped athletes at high schools in Louisville and Southern Indiana prevent injuries, stay healthy and active and most recently, establish COVID-19 protocols.
“Certified athletic trainers have been even more essential to health care over the past year. Adapting to an ever-changing situation around the COVID-19 pandemic has meant implementing and revising health care protocols to keep athletes safer,” said Tiff L. Haub, M.S., ATC, sports medicine coordinator for Norton Sports Health.
As health care professionals, athletic trainers are highly educated and dedicated and can be found in diverse settings such as colleges, corporations, professional sports, the military, performing arts and health care settings.
Norton Sports Health athletic trainers can be found around the region supporting athletes. Look for them at:
- University of Louisville
- Bellarmine University
- Spalding University
- Jefferson County Public Schools high schools in Louisville, Kentucky
- Floyd County, Indiana, high schools
- Various private high schools