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Athletic Trainer's Corner

Kendall Goldberg, MLA, LAT, ATC
Director of Athletic Training Services
P: (214) 818-2534
F: (717) 412-9175

Baylor Rehab SportsHealth Services

Baylor Rehab SportsHealth have more than 100 athletic trainers and registered nurses specializing in all areas of outreach sports medicine. Baylor Rehab SportsHealth provides  injury prevention programs, as well as therapeutic services to help athletes get back in action quickly and safely if an injury does occur.   


  • Athletic training event coverage for all LHGCL sites
  • ImPACT-certified concussion management
  • On-Field Evaluations
  • SCAT5 Concussion assessment tool app
    (Reports sent to Director of Athletic Training & Neuropsychology)
  • Expedited referrals to board-certified sports medicine physicians (typically 24-48 hours)
  • Physical therapy referrals to one of our outpatient clinics conveniently located throughout DFW
  • Educational resources for parents, athletes, coaches and tournament directors

What are Athletic Trainers?

Athletic trainers are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to optimize patients' activity and participation in athletics, work and life. Athletic Trainers provide...

  • Injury/Illness Prevention and Wellness Protection
  • Clinical Evaluation and Diagnosis
  • Immediate and Emergency Care
  • Treatment and Rehabilitation
  • Organizational and Professional Health and Well-Being

For more information on Athletic Trainers, visit


Neuropsychologists focus on the nature of irregular brain behavior and how it affects the day to day life of those who are living with such conditions. At Baylor Rehab, we have highly skilled board certified clinical neuropsychologists with the clinical experience required to provide diagnosis and treatment.

Our neuropsychologists have a wealth of experience working with athletes and non-athletes who have suffered concussion, utilizing a holistic approach to managing the sometimes complex symptoms associated with these injuries.

Our neuropsychologists serve on the medical staff of multiple professional teams in the DFW area and serve as consultants to a number of college, high school, middle school, and youth sports organizations.  They are also available to provide concussion education to coaches, parents, and athletes at all levels.

Click here for more information on our services.  If you like to have one of our neuropsychologists provide a concussion education presentation for your group, please contact us at the number below.

Mark T. Barisa, Ph.D., ABPP-CN
Director of Neuropsychology
P: (972) 712-2669
F: (972) 712-4514