2018 Stanford Sports Medicine Summer Camps

For the fourth time, Stanford University Sports Medicine will be opening its doors to expose its unique methods of medical care for the nation’s most elite athletes. The program’s expert level clinicians will provide hands-on instruction of topics from the very basics of sports medicine care to the integration of cutting edge approaches to injury prevention, rehabilitation, and athletic performance.

Located in the heart of the Silicon Valley, see firsthand how advanced technologies positively impact injury recovery and training. Recommended for high school students interested in sports medicine or a career in athletic training/sports medicine. Open to any and all entrants, limited only by space, age, and grade level.


Sports Medicine Camps

06/18 – 06/21, 2018

$550 / Camp
*Due to scheduling and staffing there will be only 1 Stanford Sports Medicine Camp offered this year (2018). It will be a blend of basic and advanced camp from years past with new content and activities.

Check In Information

Check in: 8:30am
Camp Begins: 8:45 am
Pick up: 4:00 pm

Camp will end at 1pm Thursday June 21st

Directions to Check In

Camp Location & Contact

Stanford University
Arrillaga Family Sports Center
641 E Campus Drive
Stanford, CA 94305
Lee Martin

Register Here


Frequently Asked Questions

A: Students entering freshman year of high school through those just graduating high school are welcome to come.  All we ask for is an interest in sports medicine and a willingness to learn!

A: Stanford Sports Medicine does not directly provide scholarships. However, in 2017, the New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute will offer the Letendre Student Athletic Training Summer School Scholarship. This scholarship provides funds for students interested in careers in the sports medicine field of athletic training to attend a summer camp.

The scholarship recipient(s) may select the camp s/he attends. The award will have a $750 cap. Scholarship application deadline is April 1. Current year sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply.  Complete information about the scholarship, including past recipients and application, is available at http://www.nhmi.net/scholarship.html.

A: On campus housing is not available at this time. For those students/parents coming from out of town, there are many local hotels that may be utilized. Campers and their families must arrange for transportation to and from the hotel daily. For a list of local hotels, please click here

A: Campers should plan on bringing note taking materials, snacks and a lunch, an eager to learn attitude, and lots of questions. On the last day of basic camp, campers should also bring a bathing suit, towel, and sunscreen for our POOL PARTY.

A: Campers should wear comfortable clothes that they are easily able to move around in.  Boys should wear or bring athletic shorts, a t-shirt, and sneakers.  Girls should wear or bring a sports bra, t-shirt, shorts, and sneakers.

A: We strongly encourage campers bring their own lunch due to time constraints. There will be a location to purchase snacks during lunch time.

A: The basic camp is designed for students just beginning their journey into sports medicine, and no experience is required. Our advanced camp, with it’s accelerated and more complex content, is designed for students with a background in sports medicine, specifically those who have taken our camp before, or have taken a formal sports medicine class in high school.

A: Our instructors are expert level clinicians in the field of sports medicine. They may include athletic trainers, physical therapists, sports scientists, or other guest lecturers. They bring a wide array of knowledge in various topics and many have advanced degrees and certifications. They are all members of the Stanford Sports Medicine staff and have years of clinical experience with elite level athletes.

A: Registration fees are non-refundable for any reason.

A: Follow the link here for Google Maps directions: https://goo.gl/maps/T9CsK

A: Feel free to email any of the following staff members who will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have:

Lee Martin MA, ATC, CKTP

Katelin Knox, MS, ATC

Matt Mills, MA, ATC, PES, CKTP

Stanford Sports Medicine