Athletic Training
       
 
Welcome to Tennessee Wesleyan College Sports Medicine!

The Tennessee Wesleyan College Sports Medicine staff consists of two full-time certified athletic trainers that use their skills and knowledge to prevent, evaluate, treat, rehabilitate, and perform functional exams on athletic injuries incurred by athletes during practices and games.

The staff certified athletic trainers work under the auspices of the National Athletic Trainer's Association (NATA) and the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society (TATS). The program is also greatly assisted by Dr. Eric Clarke, MD, an orthopedic surgeon, and Dr. Sam Olsen, MD, an internist specializing in sports medicine. They conduct annual physicals and evaluate many of our athletes throughout the year.

The athletic training facility at Tennessee Wesleyan College provides care for all injured Tennessee Wesleyan College athletes during their training and competition. We are located on the outside, lower level of James L. Robb Gymnasium.

Information for Visiting Teams and Athletic Trainers

Student Athletes

    The Tennessee Wesleyan Athletic trainers not only work hard everyday to ensure the health and wellbeing of the TWC athletes, but they are also first base coaches, sideline helpers, field maintence experts, and a friend to the Bulldogs.