Sports Medicine

The CFCC Athletic Department is committed to providing a comprehensive sports medicine program while enhancing the quality of health care for student-athletes through prevention, evaluation, management, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses associated with intercollegiate competition.

The Sea Devil department utilizes EmergeOrtho (Orthopedic Surgeon), Riverside Dental Arts (Denistry), and Graybar Chiropractic (Chiropractor), which represents one of the most knowledgeable groups of sports medicine professionals in the area, to provide extensive care to the Cape Fear Community College student-athletes.

Under the supervision of head athletic trainer Scott Glickauf, Sea Devil student-athletes are served by a team of physicians, health care professionals and certified athletic trainers.  The Sea Devil sports medicine staff provides care for Sea Devil student-athletes in the areas of injury prevention, rehabilitation, nutrition, and many other wellness issues.

Cape Fear Community College sports medicine delivers traditional athletic training and sports medicine services to the student-athletes at CFCC. The services to be delivered can be broken down into five specific areas:

  • Prevention of Athletic Injuries
  • Recognition, Evaluation, and Immediate Care of Athletic Injuries
  • Rehabilitation and Reconditioning of Athletic Injuries
  • Health Care Administration
  • Professional Development and Responsibility

The purpose of the Cape Fear Community College sports medicine is four-fold:

  • Allow easy access to sports medicine services to each student-athlete.
  • Substantially reduce the risk of athletic injury for those student-athletes in our care.
  • Enable injured the student-athlete to return to their sport as soon as it is medically safe.
  • Encourage a philosophy of sport that stresses health and wellness.

Medical services provided:

  • A certified athletic trainer will be on site for every athletic event and a team physician will be either on site, or on call.
  • Injury/treatment ice and bags
  • First aid supplies
  • Emergency supplies include AED, splints, crutches, spineboard, etc.

Physical Examination 

Cape Fear Community College requires all student athletes to go through a pre-participation physical examination prior to participating in organized practice or competition. Every athlete must have their physical examination on file with the athletic department prior to the season. This physical examination should be arranged prior to coming to campus and by your attending family physician.

Athletic Trainer, Scott Glickauf

Scott Glickauf is in his eighteenth year as the athletic trainer for the Sea Devil Depart ment of Athletics.  He oversees the health and wellness, and strength and conditioning of all six intercollegiate sports at Cape Fear Community College.  Glickauf is a certified athletic trainer, as well as a strength and conditioning specialist.

Besides working at CFCC, Glickauf works with several other local athletic teams including the Wilmington Sharks baseball team, Cape Fear Rugby Club, Topsail High School and Cape Fear Academy.

Glickauf was named the strength coach and athletic trainer for the USA National Surf Kayak Team and was able to attend the World Championships in County Sligo, Ireland in 2003.  The 1996 Catawba College graduate resides in Wilmington with his wife Michelle, and two children, Benjamin and Jonathan.

Team Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Albert Marr, EmergeOrtho 

Dr. Marr joined Wilmington Orthopaedic Group in 1999. Wilmington Orthopaedic Group merged with Atlantic Orthopedics in 2012 to form OrthoWilmington which now has become EmergeOrtho. He graduated fromthe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and received his medical degree from Bowman Gray School of Medicine at Wake Forest University. Dr. Marr completed a five year Orthopaedic Residency at the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center and a one-year fellowship in Foot and Ankle and Sports Medicine at the Foundation for Orthopaedic, Athletic & Reconstructive Research in Houston, TX. 

Dr. Marr is interested in all foot and ankle pathology including bunions, lesser toe deformities, heel pain and complex foot and ankle reconstruction. Additional interests include sports injuries of the lower extremities. Dr. Marr serves as the team physician for the Wilmington Hammerheads and Cape Fear Community College and is a member of The American Association of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, The Eastern Orthopaedic Society and The American College of Sports Medicine. He resides in Wilmington with his wife and three children.

Location: 2716 Ashton Drive
Wilmington, NC 28412
(910) 763-7344

Team Dentist, Dr. Gabriel Rich, DDS, Riverside Dental Arts

Dr. Rich opened his Downtown Wilmington Dental Practice in June of 2011.  Dr. Rich re ceived his Doctorate in Dental Sciences from Georgetown University School of Dentistry.  He served as a dentist with the U.S. Public Health Service in Florida and then opened a private practice in Raleigh in 1985.  Dr. Rich continually stays on top of the latest developments in dentistry, with particular emphasis in implant dentistry, esthetics, crown and bridge, and the treatment of TMJ disorders.  Dr. Rich has a passion for Sports Dentistry.  He has been the team dentist of the Carolina Hurricanes NHL Hockey team for 14 years.  He has assisted many other sports teams with preventative and acute trauma care, such as Wilmington Sharks Baseball, Raleigh Wings Soccer, and many youth hockey programs.  He is proud to be a part of the CFCC Sports Medicine Team.  Dr. Rich has served as president of the North Carolina Academy of General Dentistry as well as the Raleigh Wake County Dental Society.  He is a Fellow of the American College of Dentists and Academy of Dentistry International.  Additionally, he is a member of the American Dental Association Society, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, American Equilibration Society and the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.

Location:  124 Walnut Street, Suite 101
Wilmington, NC  28401
(910) 254-4555

Team Chiropractor, Dr. Mike Graybar, Graybar Chiropractic

Graybar Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Center offers many therapies to help you achieve your goals including chiropractic care, spinal decompression, massage therapy and wellness care. Whether you are seeking back pain relief, help recovering from an injury, assistance with pain management, or just want to improve your overall health, Graybar Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Center offers a variety of chiropractic services.  These services consist of the treatment of many pain symptoms and conditions due to personal injuries, sports injuries, car accident injuries including – whiplash, upper back pain, lower back pain, neck pain, chronic headaches or migraines, numbness and/or tingling – many spinal conditions, and several other types of chronic back pain. 

Dr. Michael Graybar has officially been a North Carolina resident for over twenty years now after traveling coast to coast. He is originally from East Brunswick, New Jersey where he was raised. Dr. Graybar attended St. Joseph's High School in Metuchen, New Jersey before his studies led him to The University of Scranton in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He graduated in May, 1991 with a B.S. in Biology. While attending the University of Scranton, Dr. Graybar led the Scranton Royals to a #12 National Ranking in Men's Soccer, Division III his senior year. He lettered three of the four years while at Scranton, with All-Conference and All-Regional Honors his junior and senior year. Traveling from coast to coast, Dr. Graybar began his chiropractic studies at the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic (L.A.C.C.), graduating with Dean's List Honors in December, 1994. His Chiropractic practice began in Wilmington, North Carolina in 1995 and he maintains an active membership and standing with the North Carolina Chiropractic State Association.

Additionally, Dr. Graybar is the head-coach for Wallace-Rose Hill Mens' Varsity Soccer and the Charity Middle School soccer programs. He is also the director of a club travel soccer team, Wallace United. He enjoys coaching and any given weekend, you will see him on the soccer field coaching dozens of players. He also maintains a three handicap on the golf links and enjoys golfing with his sons when soccer is not in season. 

Dr. Graybar and his wife, Tracey, a nurse, have 5 wonderful children, Tyler, Sarah, Ryan, Madison, and Jack.

Location:  2110 South 17th Street
Wilmington, NC 28401
(910) 343-5250