Click on the HERE for an exciting opportunity to become a student trainer with the SBVC Athletic Training and Sports Medicine program
“Treating an injury requires a simple approach, when an injury takes place, it should be immediately identified and treated accordingly. Each athlete is then set up with a detailed treatment and rehabilitation plan that will help them get back to action as quickly and as safely as possible.”
The Athletic Training and Sports Medicine program offers theoretical and practical preparation to students interested in the effects of exercise on the human body.
Working in the Athletic Training Room can lead to clinical careers in athletic training, athletic medicine, sports-related paramedic services, cardiac rehabilitation, sports nutrition, athletic strength and conditioning. Students working in the room usually transfer to a four-year university to pursue degrees in Physical Education, Athletic Training, Exercise Science, and Sports Medicine.
National Informational Links:
National Athletic Trainers' Association
American Physical Therapy Association
INS Informational Packet
Helmet and Mouthpiece Informed Consent Form
Pre-participation Physical Evaluation Form
Concussion Protocol Form for Doctors
Rules and Procedures:
Training Room Conduct and Emergency Procedures
Visiting Trainer Informational Links:
Maps for the local area
Dear Visiting Team and Athletic Trainer,
The San Bernardino Valley College Wolverines Sports Medicine Staff would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and your team (or team's) to SBVC for this fall-winter-spring competition year. We hope that your visit is enjoyable and injury free. It is our desire to make you visit to San Bernardino as easy as possible.
During your visit to SBVC, the following will be available:
*Splints and Crutches
*Certified Athletic Trainer and Staff
*Locker Room Taping Tables
*Trainer to tape your players before a competition
You and your athletic teams will have access to the Athletic Training Room during regular training room hours, prior to, and during competition. If you or your student athletic trainers are not traveling with the team and treatment is needed, please e-mail me or call ahead of time so that we may know what specific treatment is needed.
Below is a list of useful phone numbers and email addresses:
SBVC Training Room
Head Athletic Trainer: Mike Sola, M.S., A.T.C.
Office: Gym 120
SBVC Director of Athletics
Office: Gym 317
Kaiser Permanente Fontana Medical Center
Hospital and Main Campus
(24-hour Emergency Department)
9961 Sierra Ave.
Fontana, CA 92335
Arrowhead Regional Hospital
(24-hour Emergency Department, Level II Trauma Center, & Burn Center)
400 N. Pepper Ave.
Colton, CA 92324
SBVC Campus Security
If you have any problems, concerns, or any special needs while playing the San Bernardino Valley College Wolverines, please do not hesitate to ask for assistance or call ahead of time, so that we may try to accommodate your needs.
Good luck in the upcoming year!
Mike Sola, M.S., A.T.C. and Training Staff