The University of Maryland Sports Medicine Services is a coordinated multidisciplinary health care team providing comprehensive care for our the students participating in intercollegiate athletics led by Head Team Physician Dr. Yvette Rooks of the Maryland School of Medicine, along with Director of Athletic Training Services, Steve Nordwall.
|Primary care sports medicine|
Multiple primary care physicians and their sports medicine fellows provide comprehensive health care services, injury evaluation and treatment plans, weekly onsite clinics and game coverage for all University of Maryland the students participating in intercollegiate athletics.
|Orthopedic sports medicine|
Multiple orthopedic physicians provide surgical care, injury assessments, weekly onsite clinics and attend competitions.
Eighteen (18) Licensed Athletic Trainers provide day-to-day health care to all sport teams and their students participating in intercollegiate athletics including injury prevention programs, injury management, rehabilitation, follow up treatment, and are present at intercollegiate sports practices and games.
The Director of Sports Nutrition is a Certified Specialist in Sports Dietician delivering a comprehensive approach for providing the students participating in intercollegiate athletics with healthy food and hydration options through nutritional assessment, consultation, meal planning, and education to assist each student with their nutritional needs to compete and succeed at the highest level of intercollegiate athletics.
Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers support all the students participating in intercollegiate athletics providing rehabilitation, post-operative care, corrective exercise, pain management and follow-up treatment.
The University of Maryland Sports Medicine team is joined by two Chiropractors who are available weekly. Services include restoring function, reducing pain, and improving movement through soft tissue and manual therapy techniques that leads to injury resolution and improves performance.
The University of Maryland Dental School provides dental services for the students participating in intercollegiate athletics including tooth emergencies, custom-fitted mouth guards, and surgical services.
Sport Psychologists work within a multidisciplinary sports medicine team providing clinical care services to Maryland students to foster mental health and well-being, promote success in educational and athletic goals, and contribute to a safe, welcoming, and multi-cultural campus community.