Camp Info

Overview

The Longhorns Sports Medicine Camp is designed for high school students who are interested in attaining basic and advanced Athletic Training knowledge and skills.  The camp consists of lecture and laboratory sessions covering a variety of Sports Medicine topics.  Participants also have the opportunity to meet and interact with UT Athletic Trainers, many of whom are instrumental in the selection of future UT Athletic Training students.

Campers will learn:

  • Anatomy pertinent to athletic injuries
  • Injury evaluation techniques
  • Principles of injury prevention
  • Principles of injury rehabilitation
  • Emergency management procedures
  • Taping techniques

Our "Basic" camp curriculum is geared towards first-time campers or first-year student trainers, while our "Advanced" camp curriculum is directed towards Juniors or Seniors, or those who have attended a Sports Medicine Camp before. Both involve a large component of "hands-on," one-on-one instruction.


Typical Day at Camp

Morning Session
Knee Evaluation lecture
Knee Evaluation lab - breakout session!
Concussion lecture

Afternoon Session
Ankle Evaluation lecture
Ankle Evaluation lab - breakout session!
Heat Illness lecture

Evening Session
Emergency Management/Spine Boarding lab - breakout session!
Taping lab - breakout session!


Important Dates/Times

Click on Registration Info tab for important dates & deadlines!

Questions?

See our FAQ page.

More Questions?

Email sportsmedcamp@athletics.utexas.edu