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Campus Recreation
University of Mississippi

Athletic Training
Athletic Training Suite

Athletic Training

Athletic Training services are an integral part of the University of Mississippi Department of Campus Recreation’s commitment to providing Sport Club athletes with the best medical care possible to ensure peak performance during practice and competitions.


Athletic Training services are available to current and active sport club athletes. A certified athletic trainer is present at high-risk home competitions and is responsible for the health and safety of all athletes. Services provided include: evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation of minor injuries, and referral to Student Health Services when necessary. Rehabilitation services are limited by athletic trainer availability and the severity/complexity of the injury.

Appointments are scheduled on a first come-first served basis, and are available during the following days and times:

Mondays 12pm–3pm
Wednesdays 12pm-3pm
Fridays 12pm-3pm

To make an appointment, please contact Sport Club Athletic Trainer, Cortney Kinder, via email.

Cortney Kinder, LAT, ATC

Graduate Assistant – Athletic Training
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Athletic Training Suite

The Athletic Training Suite is located on the first floor of the Turner Center in Room 110.


Concussion Protocol

Concussions are a serious medical condition that require proper medical care and treatment. Athletes with a suspected concussion as a result of a head injury will be serially evaluated by the Sport Clubs Athletic Trainer and treating physician as referred to Student Health Services. Once diagnosed with a concussion, the athlete will not resume participation without being first cleared by a physician, and must progress through the concussion protocol with the Sport Clubs Athletic Trainer. To view the concussion protocol, click here

All Sport Club athletes wishing to compete or travel with their team must first complete baseline concussion testing. ImPACT® testing is made available through the Intramural Sports & Sport Clubs office in collaboration with the Center for Health and Sports Performance.