Salve Regina University Athletics - Sports Medicine

The Salve Regina sports medicine staff, as health care professionals, strives to provide the best medical care and promote health and well-being to all varsity student-athletes at the university.

This is achieved through these domains set by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA):

  • Injury and illness prevention and wellness protection
  • Clinical evaluation and diagnosis
  • Immediate and emergency care
  • Treatment and rehabilitation
  • Organizational and professional health well-being

The sports medicine department collaborates closely with the university health services, team physicians, and Salve Regina strength and conditioning to provide high quality health and performance services.

Information for student-athletes - (PDF guide for using SportsWareOnline) [See news release from June 10 on our website.]

First-year and Transfer Students:


Link to information for visiting teams - /information/sportsmedicine/visiting/

Salve Regina University Sports Medicine Office

Dave Cox, Head Athletic Trainer
Men's and Women's Soccer, Men's and Women's Cross Country, Sailing, Men's Basketball, Softball, Men's and Women's Tennis, Women's Track and Field
Amanda Carsten, Athletic Trainer
Football, Women's Ice Hockey, Men's Lacrosse
Emily Miller, Athletic Trainer
Field Hockey, Women's Volleyball, Men's Ice Hockey, Baseball
Rebecca Ramirez-McKinley, Athletic Trainer
Football, Women's Basketball, Women's Lacrosse