The Primary Mission of the Magnolia West High School Sports Medicine program is to serve and assist the student athletes by providing superior healthcare services through injury prevention, injury recognition, injury evaluation, counseling and guidance, and injury rehabilitation while enabling the athletic training program to provide leadership and character education to the athletic training student and the student athlete. This program will promote ethical conduct, leadership skills, prepare students to make better life decisions, while also trying to create productive and successful citizens of their chosen profession.
The Magnolia West Mobile Sports Medicine Trailer has ARRIVED!!
The Mustangs Athletic Training Staff, along with the MISD Administration thank
Texas Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine, Tomball Regional Medical Center and
Woodforest National Bank for helping to make this a reality!
FYI: For over a century the caduceus has erroneously been used as a symbol of medicine. The U. S. Medical Corps adopted the caduceus for U. S. medical officer uniforms in 1902. The erroneous use of the symbol then spread throughout the medical field in the United States. The two snake caduceus is actually the staff of Greek God Hermes, conductor of the dead and protector of merchants and thieves.
The staff of Asclepius has a single serpent encircling a staff, classically a rough-hewn knotty tree limb. This Staff of Asclepius is associated with the World Health Organization and is the “correct” and traditional symbol of medicine.
Tomball Regional Medical Center is an Official Sponsor of Magnolia ISD Athletic Training. Their dedication to the health care of the athletes of Magnolia ISD is exceptional and appreciated.
The physicians of Texas Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine are the official Orthpaedists of the Magnolia West Mustangs. These physicians provide excellent care and service to the community of Magnolia and our Mustang Athletes.