Premium Athletic Trainer Support For Parents
Protect your children
EVERY 5 SECONDS a child visits the emergency room for a sports-related injury. 62% of sports-related injuries happen at practice. Does your child have access to a Athletic Trainer?
Athletic Trainers (ATs) are highly qualified health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.
Athletic trainers cover professional and college athletes. However, only 37% of public high schools employ a full time AT. And few, if any, youth and rec sports leagues employ full time athletic trainers.
Why should your child miss out on this critical coverage?
Premium Athletic Trainer Coverage from Healthy Roster
Healthy Roster’s premium athletic trainer subscription service will connect you to your own personal athletic trainer. Available through the Healthy Roster app, your athletic trainer will be available the moment your child is injured.
Use the Healthy Roster app to quickly text and/or video chat with your athletic trainer. They will answer your injury questions and help you determine the pathway of care for your child’s injury.
Today, when an injury occurs, the common pathway for care is the urgent care or emergency room. Those visits can cost an average of $200 to $2000.
In non-emergency situations, getting an opinion from an athletic trainer can save you time and money.
10 Point Care Plan
If your child is injured playing sports, we’ve got you covered. Receive pathway of care advice, injury rehab protocols, and sport-specific return-to-play plan of action.
But what if your child isn’t injured? Is there still value?
Each month we’ll supply you with additional content like:
Detailed Performance Enhancement
Pertinent state guidelines
Nathan McFadden, healthy roster Athletic Trainer (Ohio)
Nathan McFadden is the lead athletic trainer for Healthy Roster in Ohio. A graduate of Marshall University, Nathan has practiced athletic training in Ohio, Michigan and West Virginia as a graduate assistant for the Thundering Herd, as well writing blogs on endurance event sports. Areas of expertise include concussion awareness, injury prevention and strength training .