The U.S. Olympic Committee Sports Medicine staff depends on volunteer medical providers to help provide services to TeamUSA’s elite athletes.  The USOC operates three sports medicine clinics at each of the U.S. Olympic Training Centers, located in Colorado Springs, Colo., Chula Vista, Calif., and Lake Placid, N.Y. Volunteers are heath care providers who have a minimum of three years of experience, including athletic trainers, chiropractors, massage therapists, physical therapists and physicians. 

Through the program, full-time USOC staff members work with with volunteers to provide integrative, collaborative, multi-disciplinary care to the athletes. These services support U.S. Olympian and Paralympians in achieving sustained competitive excellence.  Although the clinics treat many orthopedic problems, there are an equal number of general health concerns and volunteers should be prepared to handle a variety of situations.

For active-duty military physicians:
The USOC and U.S. Olympic Training Centers are non-federal, nonprofit corporations. Please be aware that fee-exempt federal DEA licenses are not portable for non-official non-federal use. A personally held DEA license should be used for any prescriptions written. Additionally, discuss with your local command regarding the appropriate duty status: typically permissive TDY vs. leave. Consider speaking with your command regarding an off-duty employment agreement for this volunteer work.

To apply to become a volunteer service provider, please fill out the appropriate application form and mail your completed package to:

Jenna Street, MS, ATC
Coordinator, Sports Medicine Clinics Operations
1 Olympic Plaza
Colorado Springs, CO
80909

For more information, please contact Jenna Street at Jenna.Street@usoc.org.

Volunteer Application Forms:

Athletic Trainer Volunteer Application 
Doctor of Chiropractic Volunteer Application 
Massage Therapist Volunteer Application
Physical Therapist Volunteer Application 
Physician Volunteer Application

To update your information, please CLICK HERE to complete the form and return it by either fax (719-632-9282) or email (sportsmedvolunteers@usoc.org).