Sports Medicine

Program Information

Thinking of a possible career in sports medicine, fitness, or athletic training? Join the Sports Science program to explore a wide-range of careers while learning the importance of holistic wellness through proper nutrition and exercise. Learn to coach and motivate clients, athletes, and patients via the same advanced exercise equipment and techniques as fitness and wellness centers nationwide. Use sports specific training, injury recognition, and physical therapy to prepare and rehabilitate the physically active.

Qualifying students in this program may receive certifications in First Aid, CPR, and AED, and curriculum in this program can lead to personal training licensing.  

Students in this program may qualify for articulated college credit.

 

Sports Science Program | ACWHCC

Teacher:
Tim Kernan

Skills You'll Learn in This Program 

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Medical Terminology
  • Nutrition
  • Sports Injury Recognition and Rehabilitation
  • Strength Training
  • Aerobic Training
  • Fitness Testing
  • Fitness Program Design

 

Career Opportunities

This is the program for you if you want to work in a/an:

  • Sports medicine center
  • Physical therapy center
  • Health and wellness facility
  • Rehabilitation center
  • Nursing facility
  • Spa

With further training you can become a/an:

  • Athletic trainer
  • Physical therapist
  • Physical therapist assistant
  • Occupational therapist
  • Massage therapist
  • Personal trainer
  • Physical educator
  • Coach

Ready to get ahead? 

Taking control of your future is easier than you think. By finishing your high school education at Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center, you put yourself ahead of your peers with field experience a normal classroom could never replicate. Apply for this program and pursue your passion today!

 

SM Hosts Girls with Goggles
Several SM students volunteered their day-off to host pink-shirted sixth grade girls who chose to visit the SM program during the Girls with Goggles event.  Visitors learned the proper way to wrap an injury and played a body part ID game devised by SM students.    

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