The sports medicine operation at Elon University is charged with providing quality health care for each of the 16 intercollegiate teams within the Department of Athletics. The sports medicine team strives to establish relationships with each of the over 350 student-athletes to facilitate quality care delivered with a sense of urgency to ensure a timely and safe return to activity.
The Director of Sports Medicine and Team Physician, Kenneth Barnes, MD, completed his residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics as well as fellowship training in Primary Care Sports Medicine earning a Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Sports Medicine. Elon student athletes have access to a wide range of medical facilities provided at Kernodle Clinic, chiropractic care provided by Wells Chiropractic, emergency dental care as well as diagnostic and surgical care at Alamance Regional Medical Center.
The athletic training facilities at Elon University are staffed by board certified professionals experienced in the delivery of athletic medicine. The sports medicine operation has seven (7) certified and licensed athletic trainers supervised by Eric Storsved, the Director of Athletic Training Services. Together this team provides comprehensive care in the prevention, recognition, evaluation, and immediate care of athletic injuries or illnesses sustained by our student-athletes as well as rehabilitation and reconditioning of any illness or injury.
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