Athletic Training & Sports Medicine

Participating in intercollegiate sports involves inherent risk of physical injury. Student-athletes assume these risks, and understand that the chance of sustaining a catastrophic injury may be rare yet can occur. Athletes rightfully assume that those who are responsible for the conduct of the sport including coaches, athletic trainers, and athletic department administration have taken reasonable precautions to minimize the risk of injury. It is the primary responsibility of the sports medicine staff to prevent, evaluate, rehabilitate and provide care for those injuries that are a result of intercollegiate competition at Earlham College.


Winter Hours of Operation:

  • Monday-Friday
    • 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. - Walk-ins
    • 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. - Appointments only
    • 3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. - Teams in-season only
    • 4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. - Walk-ins
  • Saturday
    • Open one (1) hour prior to team meeting/reporting for in-season teams only
  • Sunday
    • In-season teams only, determined by practice/competition schedule


  • Athletes receive treatment and care on a first come, first served basis. Unless the athlete is under a time constraint due to a contest.   
  • No equipment is to be taken from the Athletic Training Room unless authorized by one of the Athletic Training Staff.
  • Proper behavior and respect for individuals and EC property are expected. 
  • Appropriate dress is expected. No undergarments or revealing clothing; compression shorts and sports bras are acceptable.
  • Athletes are not permitted to utilize the Athletic Training Room outside of the posted hours of operation. 

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Sports Medicine Internship Program

For information regarding the Sports Internship Program offered through Earlham College Sports Medicine, please contact Shay Parker MAT, LAT, ATC, by email at