Athletic Trainers (ATs) are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians. The services provided by ATs are comprised of injury prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions. ATs work under the direct supervision of physicians, as prescribed by state licensure statutes.
Aimee Sevigny Krenicki
Head Athletic Trainer
Office Phone: 860-629-6156
Office Fax: 860-701-5085
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Office Phone: 860-629-6144
Dr. Steven Wei, M.D.
Yarnall Athletic Center
Hours of Operation (subject to change)
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. - Treatments, Rehabs, Evals
2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. - By Appointment (Treatment, Rehabs, Evals)
3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. - Pre-Practice/Pre-Game
4:00 p.m. to close* - Practice/Game Coverage (*The ATR will close 30 minutes after the last event ends)
Open two hours before the first event begins or one hour before the first practice; closes 30 minutes after the last event ends
Mitchell College Emergency Action Plan
Mitchell College Concussion Protocol
Student-Athlete Medical Forms
All paperwork must be submitted and approved by the athletic training staff before clearance will be given for participation in Mitchell College athletics.
Please be sure to have your doctor complete the Mitchell College athletics physical form completely. Other physical forms will not guarantee clearance.
Below is a description of each form needed in order to participate in Mitchell College athletics.
1. “Pre-Participation Medical History Form” (REQUIRED)
- This form provides the athletic training staff with relevant information about the student-athlete’s medical history in regards to sports.
2. “Physical Examination Form” (REQUIRED)
- This form needs to be completed by a Board Certified Physician.
- Student-athletes that are beginning their initial season of eligibility (first years or transfers) are required to have a physical completed within six (6) months prior to their sport’s start date.
- PLEASE BE AWARE: Physical forms from doctor’s offices may or may not contain all of the appropriate information. It is required that student-athletes use the Mitchell College athletics form. The physician signature and office stamp ensure that the student-athlete was seen and cleared by the appropriate medical personnel.
3. “Sickle Cell Trait Test or Waiver Form” (REQUIRED)
- The NCAA requires that all student-athletes have knowledge of their sickle cell trait status before participation in any intercollegiate athletics event, including but not limited to, strength and conditioning sessions, practices, and competitions.
- Sickle Cell Screening:
Option 1: Have your primary care physician look up your sickle cell trait status and then have them include a copy of your status with the physical form. Sickle cell trait is tested at birth and should have been noted in the student-athlete’s medical records.
Option 2: If sickle cell trait was not tested at birth, or is not documented in the student-athlete’s medical records, sickle cell trait testing in the form of a sickle cell screen blood test should be done by the student-athlete’s primary care physician before arriving on campus. A copy of the test results should be included with the physical form.
Option 3: If the student-athlete and their parent/guardian do not desire sickle cell testing, a waiver must be signed by both the student-athlete and the parent/guardian and the student-athlete must engage in mandatory education regarding sickle cell trait. The sickle cell video can be found here.
4. "Athletic Risk and Liability Waiver Form" (REQUIRED)
- This form acknowledges the risk of injury to the student-athlete while participating in Mitchell College athletics.
- This form also authorizes medical treatment in the event of injury or illness to the student-athlete.
- Lastly, this form acknowledges the need for and provides information of the medical insurance for the student-athlete."
5. “Insurance Acknowledgement Agreement Form” (REQUIRED)
- This form states that Mitchell College athletics must be notified of any changes in health insurance.
- This form must be signed by the parent/guardian who holds the insurance, as well as the student-athlete.
- Please maintain the top half of the page for your records and return the signed bottom half with the other forms.
6. Front and back photocopies of the student-athlete’s health insurance card (REQUIRED)
7. “ADD/ADHD Medication Exception Form” (Submitted As Needed)
- This form is only needed if the student-athlete takes medication to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD).
- The most common medications prescribed to treat ADD/ADHD are methylphenidate (Ritalin) and amphetamine (Adderall), which are banned under the NCAA class of stimulants.
- In order for a medical exception to be granted for the use of these stimulant medications, the student-athlete must show that they have undergone standard assessment to identify ADD/ADHD.
- If they do not undergo a standard assessment to diagnosis ADD/ADHD, they have not met the requirements for an NCAA medical exception.
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VIDEO - NCAA The Student-Athlete with the Sickle Cell Trait
Athletic Training Room Policies
- The ATR will open 1 hour before practices/2 hours before games begin and will close 30 minutes after the last event ends.
- Treatments will not be conducted during practice or game times.
- All student-athletes seeking treatment for injuries must have an online account and sign in prior to being seen.
- All student-athletes should report to Health Services at the onset of illness.
- All treatments must be performed by the Athletic Training Staff.
- Athletic training equipment and supplies may not leave with ATR without permission by a staff Athletic Trainer.
- Student-athletes are required to perform rehabilitation while injured and under the care of the AT staff. Non-compliant student-athletes will be reported to their coach.
- Student-athletes wanting to be taped need to be performing rehabilitation as instructed by a staff Athletic Trainer.
- Before returning to practice/competition, student-athletes must be cleared by a Mitchell College athletic trainer or physician.
- All student-athletes must be showered and dressed appropriately prior to receiving treatments.
- Student-athletes must be showered prior to using the whirlpool.
- No cleats, bags, equipment, or profanity are permitted in the ATR.
- Tobacco is strictly prohibited at ALL times.
Visiting Team Information
A certified athletic trainer will be available at home contests. If your team is travelling without an athletic trainer, we ask that you please notify us in advance. Teams travelling without an athletic trainer will not have access to modalities other than heat beforehand and ice afterwards. A stocked medical kit is requested for pre-game taping, as well as a note with any specific requests.
Teams will be provided with water and cups/water bottles on the bench.
An AED, splint bag, and injury ice will be located with the athletic trainer on duty.
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NCAA Concussion Homepage
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