Athletic Training

Athletic Training Services for Competitive Club Sports

 

For the 2018-2019 academic year, the Department of Campus Recreation is excited to announce an agreement has been reached with UPMC Sports Medicine to provide athletic training services for over 40 competitive club sports.

 

A UPMC athletic trainer will provide (20) hours of service each week throughout the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters. These services include injury evaluation and treatment which will occur in Trees Hall, Room 164 during the week. In addition to office hours, athletic training services will be available at assigned home athletic events. The UPMC athletic trainer will provide services starting 30 minutes before the athletic event and extending 30 minutes after the athletic event has ended. The Department of Campus Recreation will determine which home athletic events will have athletic training services based on a multitude of factors including but not limited to: propensity for injury, proximity to campus, and the UPMC athletic trainer’s availability.

 

Any questions regarding the athletic training services provided by UPMC Sports Medicine should be directed Sam Hearn, Coordinator of Competitive & Recreational Sports, sah184@pitt.edu or 412-648-3151.

 

Available Office Hours 

To view the athletic trainer’s scheduled walk in hours click HERE, and scroll down to Trees Hall – Athletic Training Room. 

 

Office Location (Trees Hall, 164)

The athletic trainer’s office is located in Trees Hall, room 164. When entering Trees Hall at the main entrance (Allequippa St.), make a left at the security desk and walk to the end of the hallway. Room 164 is the last room on the left side of the hallway.   

 

 


 

Guillemette(300)Guillemette Bodenreider is an athletic trainer with UPMC Sports Medicine and will be providing athletic training services for the Club Sports at Pitt. She will provide game coverage along with injury prevention, evaluation, and rehabilitation services. Guillemette received her Bachelor’s degree in athletic training at Towson University in 2017 and is currently a second-year Master’s student in the Sports Medicine program at the University of Pittsburgh.