Sports Medicine

The St. John’s School Sports Medicine Department is committed to protecting the safety and health of the student athlete and promoting their physical, mental and emotional well-being.

The Sports Medicine Department is dedicated toward providing up-to-date, effective, high-quality health care for the student athlete with a focus on accurate diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation grounded in evidence-based foundations. This is achieved through accessibility to athletic trainers, appropriate referral, restoration and improvement of health and well-being, enhancement of student athlete performance and the implementation of collaborative preventative measures.

Jimmy Roton, Jr. is entering his second year as the Director of Sports Medicine at St. John's School. Roton brings over 30 years of Sports Medicine experience to St. John's School, including 22 years as Associate Head Athletic Trainer at Rice University and three years as Director of Athletic Training at Houston Baptist University. Most recently, he was the Head Athletic Trainer at The Kinkaid School for six years. Roton earned a B.A. in Physical Education with an emphasis in Sports Medicine from Rice University and a M.S. in Athletic Administration from The Ohio University. When he is not taking care of Maverick students, Roton can be found in the press box of NRG Stadium covering football games as an Athletic Trainer Spotter for the NFL.

Jimmy Roton, Jr., MS, ATC/LAT
713-850-0222 x 416 (direct)
281-924-1316 (cell)

Associate Athletic Trainer Mike Kleinstub is entering his 13th year at St. John’s School. His athletic training career spans over two and a half decades. Kleinstub has provided health care for athletes at all levels, most notably Florida State University, United States Football League, National Football League, United States Olympic Committee, and private practice. He earned his B.S. in Exercise Science from Florida State University.

Mike Kleinstub, ATC/LAT, OT-C, PES, CES, CIDN
713-850-0222, ext. 414

Assistant Athletic Trainer Grace Iorio is entering her third year at St. John’s School. Prior to working at SJS, she was the Head Athletic Trainer at Flagler Palm Coast High School in Florida. Iorio earned a M.S. in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology from the University of Florida, where she completed graduate assistantships as the Head Athletic Trainer at two local high schools. She received her B.S. in Athletic Training from Elon University, where she also studied coaching and Spanish.

Grace Iorio, MS, ATC/LAT
713-850-0222, ext. 390