The Mount Holyoke College Athletic Training staff provides prevention, evaluation, management and treatment of athletic injuries sustained by varsity athletes. Its staff includes licensed and board certified athletic trainers and orthopedic physicians. The staff is committed to providing the best possible care for all student-athletes.
Questions about Athletic Training during the Fall 2020 Semester? Check out the College's FAQ page here.
Athletic Training Room Staff
Assistant Athletic Trainer: TBA
Schedule an Appointment!
Due to restrictions surrounding COVID-19, meeting with Athletic Trainers will be by appointment only. You can schedule your appointment here.
Athletic Training Orientation Presentation
Click HERE to view the athletic training orientation presentation by Ellen Perrella, head athletic trainer.
Visiting Team Information
The athletic training room will open 1.5-2.0 hours prior to all athletic events. Certified athletic trainers will be on site for all home events with the exception of golf and equestrian.
Mount Holyoke will provide water, cups, ice, crutches, splints and an AED for all home contests.
Teams Traveling without an ATC
If your team will not be traveling with a certified athletic trainer, the ATCs at Mount Holyoke will be happy to provide heat, ice or taping before and after the contest. We ask that the visiting team phone the athletic training room with any special requests. Also, all teams must arrive with a medical kit stocked with the supplies they will need.
All athletes should be aware of the MHC Concussion Protocols in place for the health and safety of all participants in our varsity programs.
ATC Tip of the Week
Each week, the Mount Holyoke College Athletic Training Staff is proud to bring its student-athletes, coaches and staff a series of videos with helpful information for staying well. Click HERE to view the Tip of the Week throughout the season!
Summer Rehab Protocols
Instructional videos by the ATC staff that address the three main areas of the body, including foot/ankle/lower leg, thigh/hip/low back, and upper back/shoulder. Click HERE for the videos.