On Monday, April 12, the Prep School took part in Equity Day, an annual event devoted to reflection on identity, activism and other topics surrounding equity and social justice. To kick off the day of conversations and workshops, Dr. Sarah Elizabeth Lewis, a Harvard University professor in the Department of History of Art and Architecture and the Department of African and African American Studies, addressed the Prep School community as the keynote speaker.
The athletic training program at Columbia Prep provides healthcare for students in grades 7-12 participating on any of the 39 sports teams throughout the academic year. Our goal is to ensure the health and safety of student-athletes. We provide accessible sports medicine services for injury prevention and wellness programs. In addition, we guide injured athletes on return to athletic participation as quickly and safely as possible.
Our full-time athletic trainer on staff delivers sports medicine services divided into the following areas:
- Injury prevention and wellness programs
- Immediate and emergency care
- Clinical evaluation and diagnosis
- Treatment, rehabilitation and reconditioning
As an allied health care professional, the athletic trainer works closely with the School nurses as well as physicians in the tri-state area to optimize the health needs of our student-athletes.
Student-athletes can make an appointment to meet with our athletic trainer, Ammarah Khan here, or reach her at 212.749.6200 x399.