Athletic Training


Oakville High School is committed to supporting the health, safety, and well-being of Oakville student-athletes by providing them access to high-quality healthcare services, both at the school and through partnerships with leading sports medicine physicians located throughout St. Louis.  It is the goal of the Athletic Training program to serve as guardians and advocates for the student-athletes and athletic programs of Oakville High School.  We are excited to start our partnership with Mercy Sports Medicine and our trainer.  www.mercy.net/service/sports-medicine/

Contact Information

Nicole Meyer

Mercy Sports Medicine

Athletic Training Room Phone: 314-467-7206

E-Mail: meyern@msdr9.org

BIO:  St. Louis native, Nicole is starting her career with Mercy Athletic Training after 4 years earning her bachelors degree in athletic training from the University of Missouri Columbia and then completed a two year internship at Texas A&M with the Swim & Dive program, winning an SEC Championship.  A Rockwood Summit graduate she is passionate about sports, playing high school softball, basketball, track & field and was a in the drumline before choosing to continue her sports path in athletic training.  We are excited to have her at Oakville!

 

 

 

Oakville Athletic Training Staff

Team Physicians

Contact Nicole Meyer, Oakville Trainer for expedited appointments.

What is an Athletic Trainer

Athletic trainers are highly qualified, multi-skilled health care professionals who work as part of the sports medicine health care team.  They connect the dots between basic health care and physical activity.  Although athletic trainers are most associated with school athletic departments, gyms, sports clubs, and professional sports organizations, their skills are helpful in many other settings as well.  Mercy’s certified Athletic Trainers (ATs) work under the direction of a licensed physician and in cooperation with other healthcare professionals, athletics administrators, coaches, and parents.  They are important “eyes and ears” on the playing field or court for making sure athletes stay safe and healthy and wellness educators for the community.

Mercy Policies

 

Sports Medicine Articles

Heat Illness and Hydration

Sports and Concussions at Oakville High School

Sports Related Skin Infections

Ankle Braces vs. Ankle Tape: Which is Best?

Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Sports and Nutrition