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Athletic Trainer at Neshaminy High School
 

The health and well-being of our student athletes is of primary importance to the Athletic Department at Neshaminy High School.  The full time Athletic Trainer is provided by a contract with St. Mary Medical Center and works directly with our coaches and team physician to care for the needs of our student athletes

Athletic Trainers are healthcare professionals who work under the direction of physicians, as prescribed by the state licensure statute.  They are highly qualified, multi-skilled healthcare professionals, under the allied health professions category defined by the Health Resources Services Administration and Department of Health and Human Services.  The services provided by Athletic Trainers include prevention of injuries, emergency care, evaluation of injuries, therapeutic intervention, and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.

 
Certified Athletic Trainer 
Bryan Schendlinger, ATC
215.809.6131
 
Team Physician
Richard Cautilli, Jr., M.D. 
 215.504.6101

St. Mary Medical Center
 
 
 
Mission Statement 
 

The mission of the Neshaminy High School Athletic Training program is to provide comprehensive, evidenced-based, quality healthcare services for the well-being of the Neshaminy High School student athletes, while simultaneously promoting an atmosphere conducive to the education of student athletes.

The Athletic Training program strives to develop effective values in prevention, recognition, evaluation and rehabilitation of injuries/illness, as well as in the education of student athletes, parents and coaches. It is the goal of Neshaminy’s Athletic Trainer to prevent, manage, rehabilitate, and return the student athlete to athletic activity as quickly as is safely possible. 

We encourage all parents/guardians to contact the Athletic Trainer with questions relating to the health and well-being of their children. 
 
 
 
Please check back as more information regarding the Athletic Training Program is added as well as information for parents and athletes regarding injury prevention and treatment. 
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