Who we are:
SD Gameday is an athletic training/sports safety provider founded in 2008 by athletic trainers Sean Gadino and Dave Pepose. Our mission is to provide reliable, professional sports safety services to athletic events that are in need. These services include athletic training, baseline ImPact neuro-cognitive testing for concussion, and CPR/AED/First Aid certification training.
Why SD Gameday?
When you contact SD Gameday you are in direct contact with one of the managing partners. Our clients have told us time and again having contact with SD Gameday’s ownership is proof of the company’s dedication.
SD Gameday is committed to the advancement of athletic training and sports safety. In its twelve years of operation, SD Gameday has built a client list in the hundreds spanning every level of athletic competition. As a result, we have been able to provide service to thousands of athletes thus cementing ourselves as the “gold standard” in the sports safety industry. Our team of over 200 athletic trainers is dedicated to the health and well-being of all those who lead active lifestyles and maintains a commitment to excellence that is unparalleled and unrivaled.
What is an Athletic Trainer?
Athletic training encompasses the prevention, examination, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of emergent, acute or chronic injuries and medical conditions. From on-field medical care to rehabilitation to return-to-play, athletic trainers make safe participation in sport and physical activity possible. Athletic training is recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA), Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as an allied health care profession.
Why do I need an Athletic Trainer?
Participation in athletics and physical activity involves an inherent risk of injury. The presence of athletic trainers reduce that risk. Here are just a few of the key functions athletic trainers perform to ensure physical activity and sport are practiced safely:
- Develop emergency action plans
- Monitor field, environment, and weather conditions
- Coordinate injury prevention programs
- Prepare athletes for practices and games
- Communicate with physicians about injuries
- Treat and rehabilitate injured players
- Help determine return-to-play programs for injured athletes