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TCU Athletics Training
TCU ATSM strives to be at the forefront of technology and techniques always  with the goal of student athlete health and safety first. Below are some helpful  links and forms with regards to the TCU Athletic Training and Sports Medicine  staff.
 Staff Profiles
 TCU Staff | TCU Physicians

 2013-14 JPS
 Dr. Michelle Kirk | Dr. Jason A. Mogonye | Dr. Nicholas Defauw

 2013-14 Checklist (Please Return The Following)

 Important Forms
  TCU Student Insurance Letter
  ADD/ADHD Template
  Meningitis Notification
  Meningitis Inoculation Location
  General Authorization Letter
  ADD/ADHD Packet
  Completed Physical Packet
  Athlete Fact Sheet
  Medical Permit to Treat Form
  Institutional Drug Testing Waiver
  HIPPA Authorization Form
  Nutritional Supplementation Waiver

 Athletic Training Education Program
  Required Coursework
  Clinical Education
  TCU Athletics Scholarships
  Gatorade Scholarships
  NATA Research Scholarship
  SW Athletic Trainers' Scholarship
  Athletic Training Awards

 2014 Summer Camps
 Summer Workshop Application Get Acrobat Reader

TCU Athletic Training and Sports Medicine
Athletic training is a part of the Sports Medicine profession that may require many hours of total dedication, hard work, self-discipline, and extensive educational course work in a CAATE accredited undergraduate curriculum.

The NATABOC certified athletic trainer, or ATC, is a highly educated and skilled professional whose specialty is in athletic health care. The ATC is recognized as an Allied Health Professional. As a sports medicine expert and member of the complete health care team, the ATC works under the direction of a licensed physician and in cooperation with other health care professionals and sports team members. The ATC is skilled and knowledgeable in five areas, otherwise recognized as the five domains of athletic training. They are:

• Injury/illness prevention and wellness protection
• Clinical evaluation and diagnosis
• Immediate and emergency care
• Treatment and rehabilitation
• Organizational and professional health and well-being

Unit Goals
Objectives for the Athletic Training Room are to provide the highest level of athletic and sports medicine care to the intercollegiate student athletes of Texas Christian University. This includes the care, prevention and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and helping to direct the nutritional and physiological needs of the student athlete.

Objectives for the Athletic Training / Sports Medicine Program
Objectives for the Athletic Training / Sports Medicine Program are to educate students in the field of Athletic Training to serve the scholastic, intercollegiate, professional, and recreational athletes who are participating in sport, whether formally or informally. These objectives are aimed at assisting the development and advancement of the students toward the fruition of their academic and life goals while attempting to develop and/or maintain the positive role model atmosphere.

An Athletic Trainer is defined as a qualified allied health care professional educated and experienced in the management of health care problems associated with sports participation. The athletic trainer works under the auspices of and in cooperation with the physicians and other allied health care personnel for the ultimate good of the participating athlete.

The Athletic Trainer must also work with the other direct members of the active sports medicine team including the administrators, parents, athletes, and coaches in providing an efficient and responsive athletic health care delivery system.