Medical Forms and Insurance Information
Policies and Procedures
|Athletic Training Room Policy|
|Cold Weather Policy|
|Heat-Related Weather Policy|
|Visiting Team Information|
|UPB Concussion Management Protocol|
|UPB Coaches Concussion Statement|
|UPB Concussion Acknowledgement Form|
|NCAA Concussion Fact Sheet|
|UPB Sickle Cell Information Packet|
|NCAA Sickle Cell Fact Sheet|
|NCAA Sickle Cell Fact Sheet for Athletes|
|ADHD Medical Reporting Form|
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Athletic Training
Goals and Philosophy
The goal of the athletic training department at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is to provide high quality comprehensive sports medicine care for all sports-related injuries and illnesses. We are committed to the health and well-being of the student-athletes, and this commitment is achieved by consistently seeking the best way to deliver quality health care to each student-athlete.
The Athletic Training staff is comprised of two full-time certified athletic trainers, who work together to coordinate and deliver professional and comprehensive evaluation techniques, preventative treatment, rehabilitation and counseling services to all UPB student-athletes. Both certified athletic trainers possess master's degrees, are nationally board certified, and are state licensed and regulated allied health care workers who practice the arts of athletic training at the highest professional standards.
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has an affiliation agreement with both Bradford Orthopedics and Bradford Family Medicine. The team of Bradford Orthopedics is headed by Dr. Jason Kinkartz, who is our primary team orthopedic. Our team physician is Dr. Jill Owens at Bradford Family Medicine.