Colleyville Heritage Athletic Training

Staff Athletic Trainers:

Head Athletic Trainer
Sam Sorrell, MS, LAT, ATC
Office: 817-305-4751
Fax: 817-722-5127
Email: [email protected]

Assistant Athletic Trainer
Sherissa Flynn, MS, LAT, ATC
Office: 817-305-4754
Fax: 817-722-5127
Email: [email protected]

What is an Athletic Trainer?
Athletic Trainers (ATs) are highly qualified, multi-skilled health care professionals who render services or treatment, under the direction of, or in collaboration with a physician, in accordance with their education, training and the state's statutes, rules and regulations.  As a part of the healthcare team, services provided by Athletic Trainers include primary care, injury and illness prevention, wellness promotion and education, emergent care, examination and clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions. 

Athletic Training Clinic Treatment and Rehab Times: (Monday - Friday on regular schedule school days)
PAC Athletic Training Clinic (PAC100)
Morning: 7:00am - 1st Period Athletics (6:00am - 7:30am during Football Practices)
Afternoon: 8th Period Athletics - 5:00pm

School Building (GYM) Athletic Training Clinic (H115)
Morning: 8:00am - 1st Period Athletics
Afternoon: 8th Period Athletics - 5:00pm

Athletic Injury Protocol:
Athletes should report ALL athletic injuries immediately to the CHHS Staff Athletic Trainers. Athletes will be evaluated, and either treated or referred to a physician. All injuries need to be appropriately documented. It is extremely helpful if parents communicate before seeing a physician as that allows the CHHS Staff Athletic Trainers to provide appropriate paperwork needed for Doctor's visits.

It is strongly recommended that athletes and parents consult with the CHHS Staff Athletic Trainers before seeking medical attention from a physician regarding non-emergent injuries.

When athletes are seen by physicians, they must provide the CHHS Staff Athletic Trainers with a physician's note. Please make sure that all notes from physicians include the following:

  • Date of visit
  • Physician's name
  • Office phone number
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment plan
  • Follow up instructions

We MUST have ALL physician's notes on file as required by GCISD. We MUST follow doctor's orders as they are documented. Student athletes will NOT be allowed to return to play without a note from the treating physician releasing them.

Treatment and Rehab Protocol:

We provide acute and long term treatment and rehabilitation for athletic injuries. We work closely with our team physicians, and other medical professionals to provide quality healthcare to our athletes. 
Athletes are expected to attend treatment and rehab times during their athletic periods or as scheduled with the CHHS Staff Athletic Trainers.  

CHHS Healthcare Team:

Ryan Mulligan, M.D.
North Texas Orthopedics &
Sports Medicine
About Dr. Mulligan

Damond Blueitt, M.D.
Sports Concussion Specialist
Texas Orthopedic Associates
About Dr. Blueitt