Sports Medicine is is an innovative course approved by TEA. Sports Medicine I provides an opportunity for the study and application of the components of sports medicine. Sports Medicine II is more hands on and involves time working directly with athletes and athletic teams.

About your Instructor

Sarah Baulch- 2nd year at Hereford High School, also the head athletic trainer for Hereford ISD. In addition to teaching Sports Medicine 1, Sarah heads up an athletic training student program that currently features 14 students.

Sarah is a 2007 graduate of Abilene Christian University and a 2013 graduate of California University of Pennsylvania.

Outside of school, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, her dog Jax, and her nieces.

We will be learning a broad variety of topics this year- 

Musculoskeletal anatomy

Sport Psychology

Sport Nutrition

Law of Sport

Concepts of Sport Injury

Injuries to: head, neck, back, shoulder, arm, wrist and hand, hip, leg, knee, ankle and foot