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Kerrie Snead
Head Athletic Trainer
610-525-2700, x390

Dr. Eugene Hong
Supervising Physician
Drexel Sports Medicine

Christian Jeantet
Strength & Conditioning Head Coach 

Athletic Training

Kerrie Snead, MS, ATC, CSCS is Baldwin’s Head Athletic Trainer. The athletic training program is committed to the health and safety of all Baldwin student-athletes and focuses on the prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries. Kerrie came to Baldwin with over 12 years of experience at the collegiate level and holds certifications from the National Athletic Trainers' Association, National Strength and Conditioning Association and National Academy of Sports Medicine

The athletic training room is located on the first level of the Athletic Center next to the locker rooms and squash courts. It is equipped with a taping area, two treatment tables, a whirlpool, and numerous therapeutic exercise tools.

Dr. Eugene Hong of Drexel Sports Medicine serves as supervising physician for Kerrie Snead and Baldwin Athletics.  He is available to see students in his office for evaluation of both orthopedic injuries and concussions.

Strength & Conditioning

Baldwin’s Strength and Conditioning program is directed by Christian Jeantet. Christian has over 20 years of experience coaching and training athletes from a wide variety of sports. Snead and Jeantet partner to provide a program committed to both injury prevention and performance enhancement.

Concussion Protocol

  • Parents and student athletes will read the school provided Concussion Information Sheet and complete the online Concussion/ImPACT Testing/Cardiac Arrest Acknowledgement Form before participating in athletics each year

  • All coaches will be trained yearly in concussion management and prevention using the online education course, ConcussionWise

  • All students participating in sports in grades 6-12 will be provided the opportunity to undergo ImPACT baseline testing

  • If an athlete has one or more signs and symptoms of a concussion after a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body she will be kept out of play for the remainder of the day and evaluated by the athletic trainer

  • Athletic trainer will communicate with parents the signs, symptoms, and need to follow up with a physician trained in concussion management before returning to school and physical activity

  • ImPACT post injury testing will be conducted and communicated with the treating physician

  • Student must have doctor’s clearance in writing and be able to tolerate a full day of school and homework without reproducing symptoms before beginning a gradual return to play protocol under the supervision of the athletic trainer

Fitness Center
Hours

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday
Closed 

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