Tulpehocken Sports Medicine Website


    St. Luke's Sports Medicine

    St. Luke's University Health Network is the official Sports Medicine Provider for the Tulpehocken Area School District

    Liz Clark, MED, LAT, ATC
    St. Luke's University Health Network
    Sports Medicine Relationships
    Lead Athletic Trainer
    610-488-6286 x 2074 

    Shelby Rader, MS, LAT, ATC
    St. Luke's University Health Network
    Sports Medicine Relationships
    Licensed Athletic Trainer 
    610-488-6286 x 2074  

     Athletic Training Room Hours 

    Fall and Spring Seasons

    Monday – Friday 1:30 PM – 6:00 PM (or until all games are complete)
    Saturday- Hours vary based on the athletic schedule 

    Winter Season

    Monday – Friday 1:30 PM – 8:00 PM (or untill all games are complete)
    Saturday- Hours vary based on the athletic schedule

    Summer Hours

    Check back Summer 2021



Athletic Training Announcements

  • Winter Athletes should use the below links to complete their Daily Covid-19 Screening Forms. Winter athletes need to complete this form prior to each practice this winter season.

    High School Boys Basketball

    High School Girls Basketball

    High School Cheerleading

    High School Wrestling


    Junior High Boys Basketball

    Junior High Girls Basketball

    Junior High Cheerleading

    Junior High Wrestling


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  • How to Access Your Account in the ATS Athlete Portal

    Click here for the ATS Athlete Portal

    Student ID = 6-Digit student ID Number

    Password = tulpy

    *** We recommend that you change your password. This can be done under Athlete Information and the General Tab. ***

    How to edit your Contact or Insurance Information - Information may be edited under Athlete Information on the main page.

    How to schedule an appointment - You may request an appoinment on the main page. Just select an appointment from the available times.

    How to view your past sports physicals - Past physicals can be found under Athlete Information and then eFiles. 

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  • What is an Athletic Trainer?

    Athletic Trainers (ATs) are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions. Students who want to become certified athletic trainers must earn a degree from an accredited athletic training curriculum. Accredited programs include formal instruction in areas such as injury/illness prevention, first aid and emergency care, assessment of injury/illness, human anatomy and physiology, therapeutic modalities, and nutrition. Classroom learning is enhanced through clinical education experiences. More than 70 percent of certified athletic trainers hold at least a master’s degree.

    Click Read More to find out more about the profession of Athletic Training.

    Meet Your Athletic Trainer - Liz Clark

    Liz Clark, MED, LAT, ATC grew up in Massachusetts where she was a competitive gymnast and also competed in track and field. Liz attended West Virginia University where she obtained her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training in 2005. Liz then went on to attend Alvernia College (now University) where she received her Masters degree in Urban Education in 2007. While at Alvernia, Liz worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer. She began working at Tulpehocken in August of 2005. Although her graduate assistant position was only for 2 years, Liz was fortunate enough to be hired through a local orthopedic group and was able to stay at Tulpehocken. She is now employed through St Luke's University Health Network. Liz obtained her Health and Physical Education Teaching Certification From Eastern University in 2008. She occasionally works as a day to day substitute teacher at the Junior / Senior High School.

    Meet Your Athletic Trainer - Shelby Rader

    Shelby Rader, MS, LAT, ATC is a Wilson (West Lawn) graduate. Shelby attended West Chester University where she obtained her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training in 2018. Shelby then went on to attend East Stroudsburg University where she received her Masters of Science in Athletic Training in 2019. While attending East Stroudsburg, she worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer in the Wilson West Lawn School District. Shelby was hired through St. Luke’s University Health Network and spent the 2019 - 2020 school year in the Fleetwood Area School District. She is excited to continue her athletic training career at Tulpehocken and will also be working in a Orthopedic/Sport Medicine office. In her free time, she volunteers at the Berks County Animal Rescue League and she also enjoys gardening.

    Seeing a Doctor?

    Any athlete who sustains an injury or illness that requires them to see a physician needs to return a Doctors note allowing them to return to activity. You will also need to have your physician complete the PIAA Section 8 Form. This form should be completed at the time of final clearance and should be retuned to the Athletic Office.

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