Round Rock ISD Athletics utilizes Ascension SetonSports Performance to provide sports medicine care for middle and high school student-athletes. The partnership gives the district’s 6,600 middle and high school student-athletes access to a comprehensive team of sports injury, health care and weekend clinics supported by the Ascension Texas network of providers.
Certified athletic trainers and sports medicine doctors from Ascension Seton Sports Performance, part of Ascension Seton and Dell Children’s, ensure Round Rock ISD student-athletes receive the best care possible through preventative education and services at the athletic training facility.
“Ascension Seton is a Central Texas-based and leading health care organization,” said Dwayne Weirich, Round Rock ISD athletic director. “This partnership supports our district’s commitment to providing the safest conditions for all student-athletes to play and enjoy sports and athletic activities.”
The Round Rock ISD Athletics and Ascension Seton Sports Performance Partnership consists of athletic trainer and physician medical services for district student-athletes, including:
At the game, Ascension Seton Sports Performance athletic trainers and doctors are on hand to provide care for sports-related injuries or health issues.
- Musculoskeletal injury assessment, prevention and management;
- Ascension Seton Network Providers offer established weekend trauma clinics;
- For annual pre-participation physical operations and staff support;
- Concussion management and baseline IMPACT concussion trial opportunities, and
- Providing access and continuity of care at Ascension Seton clinics, hospitals and specialty services.
About Ascension Texas
In Texas, Ascension operates Ascension Providence in Waco and Ascension Seton, which houses Dell Children’s Medical Center, the region’s only comprehensive children’s hospital and pediatric Level I trauma center, and Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas, the region’s only Level I trauma center for adults. Ascension Seton, in partnership with the Dell School of Medicine at the University of Texas at Austin, shares a common vision of transforming health care with a focus on quality and value. Serving Texas for more than 120 years, Ascension is a faith-based health care organization committed to providing compassionate, personalized care to all, with a special focus on those living in poverty and the most vulnerable. Ascension is one of the leading charitable and Catholic health systems in the U.S., operating 2,600 medical sites – including 145 hospitals and more than 40 nursing homes – in 19 states and the District of Columbia.