The Sports Medicine Department of Pallotti Athletics was started in the fall of 2003 with the addition of a certified athletic trainer to the Pallotti staff. The mission of the St. Vincent Pallotti High School Sports Medicine/Athletic Training Program is to provide the best possible health care for student athletes. This is to be accomplished through prevention, recognition, evaluation, assessment, immediate care, treatment, rehabilitation, and reconditioning of athletic injuries and illnesses. Emphasis is also placed on educating the Pallotti community about athletic training and the importance of certified athletic trainers in helping to provide the best healthcare for athletes. Pallotti’s AT provides healthcare to approximately 350 athletes on 27 junior varsity and varsity athletic teams.
Current Pallotti Athletic Trainer: Courtney S. Courtemanche, ATC, CSCS
Courtney graduated with a degree in Sports Medicine and minors in Human Biology and Business from West Virginia Wesleyan College in 1999. She was board certified as an athletic trainer in 2000 and also earned her certification as a strength & conditioning specialist. She was previously employed with Metro Orthopedics & Sports Medicine in Silver Spring, McLean School in Potomac, and the Washington, DC Public School System/Dunbar High School in Washington, DC. Courtney joined the Pallotti High School faculty in 2003 and teaches Introduction to Sports Medicine in addition to her athletic training duties. She is also currently working on her Master’s degree in teaching at Loyola University of Maryland.
Phone: 301-725-3228 ext. 310