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Fast and the Furriest 5k Run/Walk

3rd Annual IVVC Sports Medicine  Fast and the Furriest 5k Run/Walk Sat. April 7, 2018 @ 8AM Two  ways to register:   The link to register is . . . read more

Students Participate in first Knee Injury Fair

On Friday, November 17, Sports Medicine students participated in the first ever Knee Injury Fair . Students were assigned a knee injury that they had to research and present to the class in a ‘science fair’ style display. The . . . read more

Knowledge Grows through Interactive Activities

by Derek M. (Sandwich)

In Sports Med, knowledge of the human anatomy grows. We learn about bones, muscles, tendons, and see how they work together and allow us to do what we do on a daily basis. We also learn about systems and movements of the body, and get to see . . . read more

Two and Four-Legged Walkers Participate in 5K

On Saturday, April 8th, the IVVC Sports Medicine class hosted its 2nd Annual 5k Run/Walk. This year’s theme was “The Fast and the Furriest”, and the event was open to pets. With over 80 two-legged participants, and many . . . read more

Sports Medicine Students Busy with Myriad of Activities

February and March have been very busy for Sports Medicine students! On February 13, Paramedics Scott Rubo and Rob Blockinger instructed student in proper techniques of spine boarding an athlete with a suspected neck injury. Each student . . . read more

IVVC Olympics Run by Sports Medicine Classes

May 29, 2012

The students of the second-year Sports Medicine/Management class were quite busy finalizing what students look forward to every year: the Indian Valley Vocational Center Olympics. The students had an obstacle course to set up, . . . read more

Students Visit War Veteran Memorials at Soldier Field

May 29, 2012

It was a chilly day in the Windy City as the IVVC Sports Medicine crew headed off to tour Solider Field. Although this stadium is known mostly for sports, it is one of the biggest Veteran memorials in the United States. . . . read more

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