Every individual is different, so I treat them as such. I treat the body as a whole rather than the boundaries of an injury. I strive to involve my clients in their treatment process based on their individual goals.
I specialize in the prevention of orthopedic injuries, therapeutic exercise, biomechanics, and sport-specific return to play.
Humboldt State University, MS in Kinesiology with a focus in Biomechanics
California State University Sacramento, BS in Athletic Training American River College, AA Liberal Arts
National Athletic Trainer’s Association
American College of Sports Medicine
National Strength and Conditioning Association
I BECAME An Athletic Trainer BECAUSE …
“Growing up playing just about every sport possible, I was constantly injured and benefitted greatly from the aide of Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers. I became an Athletic Trainer to help motivated individuals achieve their health and sport-related goals. I especially enjoy being a part of the everyday aspect of the health journey from injury prevention to full return to play.”
WHAT’S MOST EXCITING ABOUT MY JOB?
“My job allows me to continuously learn and apply my knowledge in many ways. Being able to watch the success of our patients, as their progress is very rewarding to be a part of.”
I enjoy working on/building cars, snowboarding, watching any/all sports, and hanging out with my dog, Nitro.
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- Guidelines for Best Practices in Concussion Management
- Health Information Technology in Athletic Training EBP
- Clinical Outcomes Assessment EBP
- Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training EBP
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