DARTMOUTH SPORTS MEDICINE
The Sports Medicine department serves the primary athletic health care needs of the men's and women's intercollegiate athletes of Dartmouth College. Our main facility is the Athletic Training Room located in Davis Varsity House, adjacent to Alumni Gym. The Athletic Training Room is staffed by a team of nationally certified Athletic Trainer's, each of whom is assigned to work with specific athletic teams throughout the year.
The Sports Medicine department is part of the Dartmouth College Health Service. The Athletic Training staff works closely with the Health Service providers, and the department of Orthopedics at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in order to provide our athletes with comprehensive athletic health care ranging from emergency first aid and injury assessment to injury rehabilitation programs.
Please tour our site to find out more information about the Sports Medicine department, including hours of operation, contact information, staff biographies and a helpful Injury/Illness Self-help page.
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Injury & Illness Information
vitaminwater Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat is vitaminwater?
vitaminwater is an electrolyte and nutrient enhanced water.
Which variety will be part of NCAA championships?
vitaminwater revive will be the only flavor associated with NCAA championships.
Are there other vitaminwater varieties affiliated with this partnership between Coca-Cola and the NCAA?
vitaminwater revive will be the only variety directly affiliated with the partnership. The other eight varieties of vitaminwater (out of a total of 15 flavors) that contain nutrients permissible by NCAA bylaws will be available to schools, athletics staff and student-athletes on a by-request basis.
Every bottle of vitaminwater has at a minimum:
• 25% of four b vitamins
• 100% of vitamin c for most products
• calcium, magnesium and potassium electrolytes
• 32 g of sugar
How will vitaminwater revive be incorporated into NCAA championships?
vitaminwater revive will have sideline presence at NCAA championships in the way of coolers, cups, water bottles and related items.
vitaminwater revive will be added as an additional hydration option for all NCAA championships. Other Coca-Cola products will be available, including smartwater and POWERade.
The entire line of vitaminwater products (all 15 flavors) may appear in retail displays next to NCAA championship themed promotions, but there will be no direct association between the impermissible 6 flavors and the NCAA. There also will be a visible disclaimer in those situations.
vitaminwater will promote its NCAA relationship and activation through television, print and other media during and around selected championships.
Does the sideline presence of vitaminwater revive mean that the NCAA is now endorsing a supplement drink product?
No. The NCAA does not endorse commercial products/services, including nutritional supplements. The NCAA has reviewed the list of ingredients on the bottle labels per NCAA
Bylaw 16.5.2.g and found that NCAA institutions may provide the following nine vitaminwater products to their student-athletes:
• revive – fruit punch
• essential – orange-orange
• XXX – acai, blueberry, pomegranate
• focus – kiwi strawberry
• formula 50 – grape
• multi-v – lemonade
• charge – lemon-line
• endurance – peach-mango
• defense – raspberry-apple