Services for Club Teams, Small Groups, Individuals and Summer Camps

Marin General Hospital’s Athletic Training clinics and educational workshops provide athletes with a broad range of experiential learning opportunities to improve their performance and reduce their risk of pain and injury. We offer a range of topics for teams, small groups, and individuals. Use the menu below to learn more. Please contact athletictraining@maringeneral.org for more information, to inquiry about pricing, and opportunities.


Small Group Movement & Performance Clinics

These 90-minute sessions provide athletes with detailed instruction and hands-on experience to assist in better movement, reduced risk of pain and injury, and improved performance. Clinics are offered from June to August.

Movement Maintenance Clinic
In this clinic, athletes receive detailed instruction in developing a whole-body movement maintenance routine to reduce injury risk and improve performance. Training includes:

  • Dynamic warm-up
  • Mobility & tability Exercises
  • Self-release techniques

Joint Care Clinic
Athletes will receive joint-specific instructions in injury reduction, pain management, movement maintenance, and strengthening. Training includes:

  • Movement assessment and preparation
  • Proper warm-up techniques
  • Mobility & stability exercises
  • Self-release techniques

Sports-Specific Technique Clinics
Each training is tailored to the group's needs and includes various components such as:

  • Acceleration/deceleration form and drills
  • Agility and proprioceptive drills
  • Stability and mobility exercises
  • Plyometric training
  • Low-weight lifting technique

Club/Team Movement & Performance Clinics

Offered June-August

Sports-Specific Technique Clinics
Each training is tailored to the athlete's needs and includes various components such as:

  • Acceleration/deceleration form and drills
  • Agility and proprioceptive drills
  • Stability and mobility exercises
  • Plyometric training
  • Low-weight lifting technique

Speed Clinic
These cross-training clinics are geared toward athletes who are looking to add more than interval training to their speed routines. The clinic includes:

  • Dynamic warm-up
  • Plyometric exercises
  • Post-workout self-care techniques

Vertical Clinic
Jumping is a vital component to many sports. Gain a vertical advantage by learning proper jumping mechanics, strength and mobility exercises and plyometric routines.

  • Dynamic warm-up
  • Plyometric exercises
  • Post-workout self-care techniques

Individual Movement & Performance Session

Individual movement and performance sessions allow athletes one-on-one attention to help them achieve their performance goals and reduce their risk of injury. Each session will last one hour and will cover goal setting, movement assessment, and individualized program development.

Sport-Specific Technique
Similar to the small group clinics, these one-hour sessions will work one-on-one with athletes to help give them a performance advantage and decrease the risk of injury by focusing on proper form, acceleration and deceleration, mobility and stability exercises, and foundational components of your sport.

Move Beyond Pain
These sessions are geared toward athletes with a history of pain. The movement assessment will be used to analyze full-body mechanics in order to develop an individualized plan of physical care. The session will also include manual therapy and therapeutic exercise prescription as needed.


Educational Workshops

These one-hour workshops provide education on sports-related safety issues. Workshop topics include:

  • Concussion education
  • Injury/Overtraining Prevention
  • Hydration and Heat Exhaustion Prevention
  • Refueling and Nutrition for Performance Please contact athletictraining@maringeneral.org for more information, to inquire about pricing, and opportunities.

ImPACT Neurocognitive Testing

Concussions are a major concern for athletes, especially those who play contact sports. What’s more, because many athletes are competitive by nature, they have a dangerous tendency to keep concussion symptoms to themselves so they can get back in the game. CIHW Athletic Training uses Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing (ImPACT) to aid physicians in evaluating potential concussions. This scientifically validated computerized neurocognitive evaluation system is a medically accepted best practice, developed by clinical experts in concussions. Nationwide, ImPACT is used by more than 7,400 high schools, over a thousand colleges and universities, and by the MLB, NHL, NFL, WWE, and even Cirque du Soleil.

Based on a vast clinical research database, ImPACT provides an evidence-based overall approach to concussion management through a five-step protocol:

  1. Pre-Season baseline testing and education
  2. An athlete suffers a suspected concussion
  3. Post injury testing and treatment plan, in which the athlete is retested 24-72 hours after injury
  4. Athlete is cleared for non-contact activity if he or she is symptom free and within a normal range of the pre-concussion baseline test
  5. Return to play (or not) is determined by a concussion specialist

Following the ImPACT model, CIHW Athletic Training offereducational workshop to educate athletes, parents, coaches and teachers about concussions. We perform ImPACT neurocognitive and balance testing on all athletes who participate in our Athletic Training program. This provides a baseline against which to evaluate the effects of a possible concussion. Electronic copies of ImPACT reports and balance assessment scores are provided to athletes over 18 and to the parents of athletes who are still minors.  If an athlete experiences a possible concussion during a sporting event, our Athletic Trainers evaluate him or her on site. The results can be used to:

  • Assess and communicate the athlete’s post-concussion status to coaches, parents, clinicians, and the affected athlete
  • Help health care professionals track post-concussion recovery of cognitive processes
  • Make safe “return to play” decisions
  • Evaluate and meet a student athlete’s academic needs following concussion

Our program offers ImPACT as an add-on service.  The rates are included below.

Baseline ImPACT Neurocognitive Testing

  • Groups of 20 or less: $55 per athlete**
  • Groups of 21 or more: $45 per athlete**

Post-injury ImPACT Neurocognitive Testing

  • $35 per athlete***

*Generally paid for by the camp or club team
**Can be paid for by sports camp, club, team or parent
***Performed if concussion is suspected