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Meet the Athletic Trainer

Timothy mancuso '08

Throughout his career, Mr. Mancuso has been able to provide Athletic Training services in multiple settings from middle school sports to professional sports. With over 10 years experience as a certified athletic trainer and NASM performance enhancement specialist, he has been able to use his knowledge to put together preventative programs, provide comprehensive treatments, and provide rehab programs to help his athletes return their sport and compete at a high level.

After graduating Saint Joes in 2008, Tim went on to graduate from the Duquesne University Athletic Training Program, and received his Master's Degree through Touro University Worldwide in Health Education. Tim believes it is important to keep learning and developing new skills to provide the highest quality of care to his athletes, through participating in new and advanced continuing education courses.

Mr. Mancuso's hobbies include serving as a swim coach, beach lifeguard and spending time with family and friends. 

His advice to Saint Joe's students is: "Take more advantage of everything St. Joes has to offer in order to set yourself up for better future success."

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Phone Number: 732-549-7600 ext. 240



Dehydration and Heat Illnesses

Summer's high temperatures put student-athletes at increased risk of heat illness. There are several types of heat illness. They range in severity, from heat cramps and heat exhaustion, which are common but not severe, to heat stroke, which can be deadly. Although heat illnesses can be fatal, death is preventable if they’re quickly recognized and properly treated.

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healthy hydration for young athletes

There is no easier, effective or more economical way to help performance and protect health than staying hydrated during exercise. Water is the most vital nutrient and plays a key role in how well athletes perform. This is especially true when exercising in hot and humid conditions.


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Dehydration and Heat Illnesses

These guidelines were developed to help parents and coaches increase the safety and performance of children who play sports in hot weather. Children who play sports or are physically active in hot weather can be at risk for heat illnesses. The good news is heat illnesses can be prevented and successfully treated.


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