Athletic Training - Sports Medicine/Injuries
- Athletic Trainer Alexis Colon provides injury prevention, recognition, evaluation, immediate care, and rehabilitation for all of St. John Bosco's student/athletes.
- The Athletic Training room is located at the south side of the campus. It is centered between the swimming pool, locker rooms, and football field.
St. John Bosco High School Student Athletic Trainers are vital to our Athletic Training room. Their duties include guiding ambulances in the event of an emergency, acting as a second hand to the Athletic Trainer by taping, bandaging, and keeping our athletes hydrated.
- About Athletic Training
- Required Paperwork for St . John Bosco Student Athletes
- Visiting Teams
- Injuries and Return to Play
- Athletic training is not the same profession as personal training. And, certified athletic trainers work with more than just athletes – they can be found just about anywhere that people are physically active.
To become certified athletic trainers, students must graduate with bachelors or masters degree from an accredited professional athletic training education program and pass a comprehensive test administered by the Board of Certification. Once certified, they must meet ongoing continuing education requirements in order to remain certified. Information from the National Athletic Trainer’s Association website.
- Physical: An annual physical form is required of all students at St. John Bosco High School prior to the first day of school.
- Emergency White Card: This card is for coaches to have on hand in the case of an emergency at an away event. Please obtain this card from your coach or athletic trainer and complete it.
Dave Velasquez, DC
916 E Imperial Hwy
Brea, CA 92821