The Middlebury College Sports Medicine staff has developed some basic program guides and videos to address common injuries and areas of weakness found not only within our athletic population but our entire college community.
These programs are meant to be a guide for students who need assistance in these areas, as directed by a medical professional. They are not a substitute for seeking evaluation by a licensed medical professional and we encourage you to be evaluated for any injury before attempting any of these programs or videos.
If you have any pain with any of these exercises, please stop and consult with your medical provider.
Self Care Videos
Foot and Ankle Care
Find exercises here to help with foot and ankle dysfunctions.
Knee, Hip and Glute Care
Find exercises to help fix knee, hip, and glute dysfunctions.
Find exercises to help with wrist, elbow, shoulder, and scapular dysfunctions.
Find exercises to help with spinal dysfunction.
Whole Body Mobility
Mobility exercises for the whole kinetic chain
The Sports Medicine staff is dedicated to providing the highest quality of service to all athletes. With so many misconceptions and misinformation in the realm of nutrition we felt it necessary to provide our athletes with the appropriate information.
The NCAA nutrition resources contains current nutrition information and recommendations. The goal of this resource is to give athletes some direction on proper nutrition, which may have a positive effect on their performance. Proper nutrition can positively affect each athlete in injury prevention, improved healing from any athletic injury and reaching optimal athletic performance.
MiddTelehealth also offers health coaching which gives students access to a nutrition specialist to help adopt healthier lifestyle behaviors related to sleep issues, weight management, and more.
Sports Medicine is also always available to answer your questions and assist you with any concerns you may have.