• Sports Medicine 
    Welcome to the William M. Raines High School Sports Medicine Webpage!

     Dear Athletes, Parents, Coaches, Staff and Friends:

    This page is designed to provide you important information about our comprehensive Sports Medicine Program.  In this site you will find information about our athletic training room, policies and best practices for sports medicine.  You will also find important contact information for our medical staff and forms we use when an athlete is injured.

    Please visit this site often to become familiar with our program and to review ways we can TOGETHER keep our kids safe from injury or help them with a complete recovery should an injury occur.

    Our ultimate goal is to prevent athletic injury and to keep ALL kids on the field.

    What is a Certified Athletic Trainer?
    Certified Athletic Trainers (ATs) are licensed health care professionals who collaborate with physicians. The services provided by ATs comprise prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions. ATs work under the direction of physicians, as prescribed by state licensure statutes. Certification is earned through the Board of Certification (National Athletic Trainers Association)
    Head Athletic Trainer: 



Degrees and Certifications:

Phillip Fain

Phillip Fain, a native of Jacksonville, Florida resided in Charleston, South Carolina and attending Academic Magnet High School until turning 17, then returned and graduated from Sandalwood High School. He became interested in athletic training because he never had one in either of his high schools. During his junior year in high school he suffered a torn ACL in his right knee and never had the proper guidance. His school did not have access to an athletic trainer, and living in a low income household did not have accessible physical therapy and care. During the early high school football he played right guard and defensive tackle and receiving several scholarship offers but due to the ACL injury, football was off the table. Possessing a great desire to provide quality health care that he never received he decided to become an athletic trainer. In 10 ten years he plans to be fully active in the community as an athletic trainer and hopes to open his own facility where athletes can come and receive care at little or no cost.