Athletic Training

The Athletic Training Department provides for the health and welfare of the student-athletes of Suffolk University. Through the care and prevention, management, evaluation and treatment of athletic injuries, the Athletic Training Department maintains the medical well-being of the 13 sports offered by the SU Athletic Department.

Supporting our Head Athletic Trainer, Jeff Stone, are licensed, certified athletic trainers, orthopedic surgeons and physicians holding specialty degrees.
The Athletic Training Department is proud to be affiliated with the Massachusetts General Hospital Sports Medicine Center. This association with MGH gives Suffolk University’ student-athletes access to all the resources of a world class hospital- just across the street from Regan Gym! MGH Sports Medicine & Sports Physical Therapy provides the medical care for the Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots, Boston Bruins and the New England Revolution.
 

At Suffolk University, the medical care of our student-athletes is paramount!

 

 

STUDENT-ATHLETE HEALTH FORMS

 

MEDICAL CONTACT INFORMATION

 

SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICES

 

SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS

 

VISITING TEAMS ATHLETIC TRAINING INFORMATION

 


HOURS OF OPERATION & LOCATION

The Athletic Training Room has office hours during the school year from 11:00 am-  4:00 pm. The room is located in the Athletic Department on the second floor of the Ridgeway Building, Room 209, at 148 Cambridge St. The athletic Training room is open two hours prior to all events being held in Regan Gymnasium (Women’s Volleyball and Men’s & Women’s Basketball), and is equipped with state-of-the-art therapy modalities.

Auxillary sites include: Dilboy Stadium in Somerville (Men’s and Women’s Soccer); Puopolo Field in Boston’s North End (Softball); Steriti Rink in Boston’s North End (Ice Hockey); Buckingham, Brown & Nichols School in Cambridge (Men’s & Women’s Tennis) and Adams Field in Quincy (Baseball).

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