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Welcome to the Tomball ISD Athletic Training Home Page.
 
The purpose of this website is to provide information regarding the Athletic Training Program that works with the student-athletes at Tomball High School and Tomball Memorial High School.
 
We hope that the information provided will better help you understand the profession of Athletic Training and how the Certified Athletic Trainers can help your student-athlete to enjoy the best possible experience while at Tomball High School and Tomball Memorial High School.
 
Tomball High School
Athletic Training
30330 Quinn Road
Tomball, Texas 77375

Head Athletic Trainer: Catherine Marr, MS, ATC, LAT     
Assistant Athletic Trainer: Scott Lange, MAT, ATC, LAT
Phone: 281-357-3220 ext. 2476
Fax: 281-357-3051
E-mail: catherinemarr@tomballisd.net 

Tomball Memorial High School
Athletic Training
19100 Northpointe Ridge
Tomball, Texas 77377

Head Athletic Trainer: Carissa Spraberry ATC, LAT
Assistant Athletic Trainer: Khefren Savannah LAT     
Phone: 281-357-3230
Fax: 281-357-3240
E-mail: carissaspraberry@tomballisd.net
About Us
The purpose of our Athletic Training Department is to provide the best possible medical care and attention to our student-athletes. Our goal is to provide athletic health care for all UIL sports and athletes at Tomball High School and Tomball Memorial High School.
 
As Certified/Licensed Athletic Trainers, we are able to work with individual student-athletes, multiple times a day, to provide care and aid healing of athletic related injuries.  
 
Athletic Trainers are able to provide services under each of the following areas of care:
  • Prevention of school related athletic injuries
  • Recognize, evaluate, and assess athletic injuries
  • Administer first aid and provide immediate care
  • Daily treatment, rehabilitation and reconditioning of athletes
  • Maintaining of medical paperwork necessary for participation in athletics (i.e. pre-participation physicals, Doctor’s notes)
  • Game and/or athletic event coverage
  • Aid in process of appointment setting between Team Physicians and athletes/parents
  • Recommendations of local orthopedic specialists and sports medicine general physicians

Along with providing the above areas of care, we also organize and maintain the Tomball student athletic training program that enhances the health care of Tomball student athletes.
Related Resources
These related sites may be beneficial to the better understanding of the Athletic Training profession.
 
The National Athletic Trainers Association
The National Athletic Trainers Association is the national governing body of Athletic Trainers. It sets the standards by which Athletic Trainers are certified and maintain continuing education to improve their professional growth and ability.
 
The Southwest Athletic Trainers Association
The Southwest Athletic Trainers Association is also known as District 6 of the National Athletic Trainers Association. It is the regional governing body (Texas and Arkansas) to maintain close ties with local Athletic Trainers and the NATA.