Athletics Training Department
Athletic training services for the 2016/17 school year are provided by Hartford Hospital Rehabilitation Network (HHRN).
Hall Athletic Trainers
Mary DellaVolpe - Mary.Crevier@hhchealth.org
Jonathan Davis - Jonathan.Davis@hhchealth.org
Phone: 860-232-4561, ext. 6525
School Fax - 860-236-0366
Hall Sports Medical Team
Dr. Gregory Czarnecki, DO - Internal Medicine and Sports Medicine - Hall Football Physician
Dr. Cliff Rios , MD - Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine - Hall Football Physician
Video links for ACL injury prevention
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Dear Parents/Coaches/Athletes of Hall High School:
Hartford Hospital Rehabilitation Network, a department of Hartford Hospital, is proud to be the provider of Athletic Trainer services to Hall High School. An Athletic Trainer Certified (ATC) is a healthcare professional who, in collaboration with a physician, provides services in the areas of prevention, emergency care, evaluation, therapeutic intervention, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and general medical conditions. Some of the common injuries treated are but not limited to ligament sprains, muscle strains, fractured bones, concussions and general medical illnesses. Your athletic trainers at Hall High School are Ms. Mary Crevier and Mr. Jonathan Davis, ATC. Mr. Davis works out of the Hartford Hospital Rehabilitation Network physical therapy office at 65 Memorial Drive in West Hartford.
The athletic trainer is available primarily after school until the last contest has concluded. The weekly schedule, created with the Athletic Director, varies daily and depends on the current sports season. The schedule is posted on the white board next to the athletic training room door. The ATCs evaluate many injuries as they occur during athletic participation. Should further intervention, such as x-ray or physician evaluation, be needed for an injury, you can expect communication from the ATCs regarding the care plan of an injury. The ATCs, members of the Hartford HealthCare system, are excellent resources of area physicians and will work with you and your athlete to coordinate the most appropriate care for the injury.
As the medical professionals assigned to the school athletic program, the ATCs are also responsible for the safe return to play for those athletes who have sustained an injury. When an athlete seeks treatment from a physician in regards to an injury or medical condition, whether referred by one of the athletic trainers or not, a note is required from the physician clearing the athlete to return to athletics. This note, which may dictate restricted or non-restricted play, must be submitted to the athletic training office. The note allows the athletic trainers to re-evaluate the athlete and return them to sport. The athletic trainers will then work with the athlete and coach to determine the most appropriate practice and game plan to ensure there is minimal chance for re-injury.
Please refer to the school athletic trainer section of the athletic website for other school specific policy and procedures as well as contact information for the athletic trainer.
We look forward to working with you and your athlete. Please do not hesitate to contact the athletic training office with any questions, comments, or concerns. Thank you and see you on the sidelines!
Jonathan Davis, ATC
Your Sports Medicine Team