Massachusetts Maritime Academy Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine Staff

Chris Barry, ATC, LAT, CSCS          Head Athletic Trainer         Ph: 508-830-1224     
cbarry@maritime.edu                   Head Strength & Conditioning Coach

Colleen Nolan, ATC, LAT, PES        Assistant Athletic Trainer    Ph: 508-830-1225    
cnolan@maritime.edu                       
   

Location and Hours

The Athletic Training Room is located on the first floor of the Clean Harbors Athletic Center. It will be open two hours prior to all contests and one hour at the conclusion of the contests.

Visiting Teams

The Athletic Training staff will be more than happy to accommodate the needs of visiting teams. This includes the use of moist heat, whirlpools and ice.  Electrical stimulation and ultrasound are not available. Pre-game taping will also be provided, however, visiting teams must supply their own taping supplies. Water, water bottles and/or cups, as well as ice, will be made available for all visiting teams.

Game Coverage

An Athletic Trainer will provide coverage for all home contests. In the event that your team will be traveling without an Athletic Trainer, please call ahead with any special instructions regarding athlete care.

 

Team Orthopedic Surgeons

Wareham Orthopedic Associates             

Ph:508.295.5100                                                                                      

Dr. Baltz                  Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

 

Health Services

Dr. Jeffrey Cukor, Medical Director/Academy Physician

Ph: 508.830.5046 jcukor@maritime.edu

Judith Kaechele, M.A. LMHC     Director                          

Ph: 508.830.5243      jkaechele@maritime.edu

 

Local Hospitals

Tobey Hospital                                                      Falmouth Hospital 

43 High Street                                                      100 Ter Heun Drive

Wareham, MA 02571                                            Falmouth, MA 02540

508.295.0880                                                       508.548.5300

www.southcoast.org                                            www.capecodhealth.org

 

Varsity Intercollegiate Sport Participation Requirements

 

Strength and Conditioning

Chris started his career at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy in August 2007. He is responsible for the development and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for all varsity teams. To complement his duties as the strength and conditioning coach, Chris is also the Head Athletic Trainer. Therefore, his programs reflect the need for exercises that help reduce the incidence of injury, as well as improve athletic performance.

To accomplish these goals free weight training is emphasized. Olympic-style exercises are performed each workout to develop power and strength. Dumbbell training is also a priority to enhance one's athletic ability and coordination. Finally, trunk exercises are also performed with each workout to maximize a strong core.

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Contact information for Chris:

                Phone: 508.830.5000 Ext. 1224
                Email: cbarry@maritime.edu

Mission

The Massachusetts Maritime Academy Sports Medicine staff provides care for the prevention, assessment, management and rehabilitation of injuries sustained while participating in intercollegiate varsity athletics. The staffs of athletic trainers, orthopedic surgeons and of the Office of Health Services are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for all our varsity athletes.