Athletic training is practiced by athletic trainers (AT), health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to optimize activity and participation of patients and clients across age and care continuums. Athletic training encompasses the prevention, diagnosis, and intervention of emergency, acute and chronic medical conditions involving impairment, functional limitations, and disabilities. ATs work under the direction of physicians.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION - 2017-2018 medical eligibility is no longer available, 2018-2019 medical eligibility information will be available May 1st and is due August 1st for ALL student athletes thank you for your patience.
Chapman University Athletic Training
Our mission is to provide student-athletes with personalized attention and quality medical care that promotes a healthy lifestyle as well as safe and effective athletic participation. At the same time we aim to stimulate intellectual growth and develop practical skills that will lead to the maturation of the athletic training student into a quality health care professional.
Athletic Training Room Hours for the Fall 2016 semester are as follows:
Monday 1 to 3
Tuesday through Thursday 1 to 5
Friday 1 to 3
The athletic Training Clinic will be available BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Thanks giving Break: Monday November 21st - Friday November 25th
Finals Week: Monday December 12th – Friday December 16th
The athletic Training Clinic will be CLOSED
Holiday Break: December 17th – January 2nd
Interterm/Spring Athletic Training Clinic hours begin January 3rd
Monday: Noon to 3
Tuesday – Thursday: 1 to 5
Friday: 1 to 4
Please make appointments for treatments and keep them, these hours are subject to change due to event schedules and staff limitations
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