The Greenhill Sports Medicine program delivers quality professional healthcare to student-athletes as well as their opponents.
The Sports Medicine staff is committed to the domains of Athletic Training as set forth by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and ensures that all student-athletes are rendered equal, appropriate care regardless of injury. Greenhill School expects that each Athletic Trainer will provide the highest standards and quality of care consistent with professional practice of NATA and credential statues of the State of Texas.
Greenhill School employs two full-time certified Athletic Trainers in Betsy Nadler (MS, ATC, LAT, CSCS) and Matt Blimline (ATC, LAT). As certified Athletic Trainers, Nadler and Blimline are both highly-education, skilled professionals who specialize in athletic health care.
With over three decades of combined experience, Nadler and Blimline work in cooperation with physicians and other allied health personnel to provide the best treatment for each Greenhill student-athlete. The Greenhill Sports Medicine staff has played an integral role for Athletic Health Care teams at the secondary and collegiate level as well as outside Sports Medicine Clinics, professional and national sports programs.
Visiting Team Information
The Greenhill School Sports Medicine program welcomes your team and staff to The Hill. For the health care needs of opposing teams, the Athletic Training Room is located on the first floor of the Phillips Family Athletic Center. The Sports Medicine staff can provide many needs for opposing teams, including ice and water at all games/matches throughout the season. If you have any special needs or specific questions, please feel free to contact Betsy Nadler or Matt Blimline.