Athlete Health Services
King School has a robust Athlete Health Services program that includes athletic training as well as strength and conditioning.
What is athletic training?
Athletic training encompasses the prevention, examination, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of emergent, acute or chronic injuries and medical conditions. Athletic training is recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA), Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as an allied health care profession.
What do we do?
Acute care of athletic injuries
Therapeutic interventions completed during the school day or pre-game/pre-practice
Organize community programming for health-related education
Post game and post practice treatments
Collaborate with school counselors
Where are we?
Athletic Training Room location: Upper School Athletic Wing
Sidelines of athletic events
King Student-Athlete Health Services Panel
- Dr Megan Gleason, MD, Sports Medicine Specialist
- Dr. Karen Dolins, EdD, RD, CSSD, CD-N, Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics
- Dr Christina B. Kunec, PsyD, Clinical Neuropsychologist
- Katie Bryant, Head Athletic Trainer
- Bonnie Roberts, CSCS, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach and Head Varsity Girls Soccer Coach
- Heather Parker, Director of Teaching and Learning
- Mi Chau, School Counselor
- Karen Raidt, Director of King Cares and Student Services
Presenting on Women and Sport
King School’s Director of Student-Athlete Health Services, Emma Jonsson, presented at the eighth annual International Working Group (IWG) World Conference for Women and Sport, which took place in Auckland, New Zealand, from November 14-18. This is the largest gathering in the world to advance gender equity in sports and physical activity.
For information about overall health and wellness and school counseling, visit our webpage.