The Andrew College Sports Medicine staff provides student-athletes with preventative methods to help avoid injury and assistance with treatment or rehabilitation after an injury. The staff is dedicated to the safety and welfare of Andrew College student-athletes. The training room is open on a regular schedule and by special appointment. The staff attends every home athletic event and provides service to both the Fighting Tigers and the visiting team.
The training room is equipped with a Game Ready machine, E-Stim with ultrasound machine, 2 treatment tables, a hydroculture, and a whirlpool tub, plus a separate rehab area, with dumbbells, medicine balls, and rubber bands. It is located at 108 Parker Building on the Andrew campus.
Director of Athletic Safety and Therapy
Athletic Training Program Coordinator
Phillip Latimer will begin his third year at Andrew College. He is a 2005 graduate of the University of Georgia with a B.S in Biology and a 2010 graduate of Life University obtaining a doctorate in Chiropractic. He has successfully passed all four NBCE Boards and is a licensed Chiropractor. Prior to coming to Andrew, Phillip worked at Wellsource Chiropractic and Rehab in Tucker, Ga. Originally from Columbus, Ga, Phillip began his collegiate career at Andrew College playing first base for the Fighting Tigers baseball team. He credits those two years at Andrew for getting him off to a strong start academically, enabling him to pursue his further education.
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Pranay begins his first year with Andrew College as the Assistant Athletic Trainer. He is from Atlanta, Georgia and received his Associates of Science in Health and Physical Education in May of 2008 from Georgia Perimeter College and a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training in April 2011 from University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida. He will receive his Master's in Exercise Sports Physiology in August 2015 from West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania.