Sports Medicine


Welcome to the Hanahan Sports Medicine Page

Hanahan High School provides two full-time certified athletic trainers for all Varsity and JV sports that participate in the SCHSL. The Certified Athletic Trainers (Eby Krawczyk, Rachel Diehl) work closely with coaches, parents, and Roper Sports Medicine physicians to prevent, manage and assess orthopedic or musculoskeletal injuries and to facilitate access to medical care. We use the ImPACT concussion management system and SCAT5 sideline assessment (same systems used in all major American sports leagues).

Eby Krawczyk

Eby Krawczyk joined the Hanahan athletic training staff in August 2016 after previously serving as an Assistant Athletic Trainer for Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC for four years. She worked with the women’s basketball team and softball team, as well as served as an approved clinical instructor for the undergraduate athletic training program at WU. In 2014, women’s basketball won the Big South Conference tournament and won the bid to go to the NCAA Tournament, both firsts for the program. During her time at WU, she provided injury prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation to athletes that went on to play basketball professionally.

Eby worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Oklahoma while pursuing her Master’s Degree in Human Relations. Her primary responsibilities were providing care for the OU women’s varsity and novice rowing teams. Eby attended The University of Kansas to complete her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Athletic Training.

Eby is a current member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association, and the South Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association. Eby has also completed her level M1 Graston soft tissue immobilization technique course. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking, and traveling with her husband, Luke.


Concussion testing –

Team Physicians –

Physical Forms are available on our Eligibility page.   We must have the original copy from the doctor and it must be dated and have all needed signatures from both the athlete and the parent