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/ HEATHER MATTOCKS-GREENE // Athletic Trainer, Certified Sprains. Bruises. Torn ligaments. Cuts. Broken bones. Dislocated joints. Concussions. Possibly no one on the Lexington Catholic football staff has a harder job than Heather Mattocks-Greene. Not only dealing with all the injuries and daily status of 90 players, but also knowing that when a player shows up at her door, it’s usually not just to say “Hello.” She is the authority on each player’s health, and whether or not he can play or is relegated to the sidelines. And she has the unenviable job of delivering that bad news to our boys and their families. But she also has the task of rehabbing them back to 100% healthy, and seeing them succeed
in their chosen sport. Heather is beginning her third season with the LC football team. She is an Athletic Trainer,Certified (ATC), receiving her certification from the National Athletic Trainers Association. She has been an athletic trainer with the Lexington Clinic for thirteen years, and also worked at the Supervisor Team Member Evaluation Center at Toyota Motor Manufacturing in Georgetown, where she is the Sports Medicine Supervisor. Mrs. Mattocks-Greene is a Lexington native, and graduate of the University of Kentucky. She has been married to Guy Greene for 7 years, and has two step-children; Zack, 16, and Lauren, 10.
/ Dr. DAVID DOME // Team Doctor You may not recognize him walking the sidelines at a Lexington Catholic football game, but Dr. David Dome is an important part of keeping, and returning our boys to fully healthy and playing the sport they love. If a parent has to see him, they know it’s probably due to a serious injury. But they also know that their son is in excellent hands, and will be fully healthy once Dr. Dome is finished with him. Dr. Dome is board certified in Orthopedic Surgery, and provides services in general orthopedics and sports medicine, among others. His professional interests include sports medicine and arthroscopy of the shoulder, elbow, knee, and ankle. He began his affiliation with the
Lexington Clinic in 2000, following a fellowship in Orthopedic Sports Medicine at Lipscomb Clinic in Nashville. His ties to Central Kentucky are strong, having received his MD at the University of Kentucky and doing his undergrad work at Centre College in Danville. Along with taking care of our Knights, Dr. Dome is also been the team physician for the Lexington Legends, and outside of his practice, he lectures on shoulder injuries and is active in research efforts to improve treatment of the shoulder. He also is a reviewer for the Journal of Athletic Training, and a member of American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 2011 OFFICIAL MEDIA GUIDE
Published on Aug 27, 2011