Justin Farr, ATC is the head athletic trainer at St. Catharine College. Justin is an employee of KORT (Kentucky Orthopedic Rehab Team) who is contracted to St. Catharine College to provide sports medicine coverage for all St. Catharine’s athletes. He comes to us with a wealth of experience in athletic training experience including the Richmond River Rats (a Prospect League Baseball Team), Preble Shawnee High School in Camden, OH, NCAA Division 1 athletics with Ball State University, and a orthopedic assistant at Reid Hospital in Richmond, IN. Justin is also an accomplished umpire, for he has umpired in the Prospect League, NAIA and NCAA games, and will also be umpiring in the 2011 Little League Softball World Series. He is a graduate of Ball State University and is very excited to be with the St. Catharine family.
KORT provides premier sports medicine coverage and cutting-edge educational and prevention services to local schools and community groups. Since 1987, KORT has been the foremost provider of sports medicine services in the region. KORT currently serves high schools, colleges, and arts organizations throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana.
Physical therapy is a non-surgical treatment that helps you recover the use of joints and muscles through targeted, specialized strength and movement training and education. Physical therapy can reduce pain, promote healing, and restore function and movement. The goal of physical therapy is the recovery of strength and mobility so you can return to normal activity. Employing evidence-based non-surgical treatments interventions, our therapists treat a variety of conditions.
For more information, call us toll-free at (800) 645-KORT.