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Welcome to Moravian University Sports Medicine

Athletic Training Room

 

The Moravian University Sports Medicine Department and St. Luke’s University Health Network are partnered to deliver athletic training and orthopedic services to our Moravian University student-athletes.  Our board-certified athletic trainers provide services such as injury prevention, management of athletic injuries, emergency care, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. In addition, the department strives to integrate education about athletic injuries so that student-athletes can be empowered to lead healthier lives. The Sports Medicine Department is compliant with the Code of Ethics outlined and mandated by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Board of Certification Standards of Professional Practice. The 5 members of the Sports Medicine team are nationally certified and licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

For more information about St Luke’s University Health Network and St. Luke’s Orthopedic Care, please utilize the following links:

 

2022-23 Student-Athlete Medical Forms

 

Department Mission Statement:

The Moravian College Sports Medicine Department strives to provide every student-athlete with comprehensive, high quality individual health care in a professional, efficient, compassionate and service-oriented manner. The Sports Medicine Department will provide assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries. Educating the student athlete throughout the process will be integrated as well. The Sports Medicine Department will use an evidence-based practice approach as well as NCAA best practices to provide the highest quality of healthcare at Moravian University.

Please use the links below for more information about our department, student-athlete resources, and information for visiting teams, parents, and student-athletes.

 

Staff/Team Physicians

Athletic Training Hours & Rules

Visiting Team Information

Hospital Information

Student-Athlete Resources