Keisuke Ida

Keisuke Ida MS, ATC, CSCS


“I specialize in therapeutic exercises, prevention of orthopedic injuries, exercise physiology, strength and conditioning, and Kinesio-Tape.”


Nippon Sports Science University, Japan
Bachelor of Science: Sport Science

Mount Union College
Post Baccalaureate: Athletic Training & Health

Kent State University
Master of Arts: Exercise Physiology

Professional Associations

National Athletic Trainer’s Association
National Strength and Conditioning Association
The American Physiological Society
Kinesio Taping Association
American College of Sports Medicine

I became an athletic trainer because…

“An athletic trainer helped me recover from elbow injury when I was a baseball player in college. He made a positive impact on my athletic performance and quality of life. Since then, I wanted to become an athletic trainer, like him, to make a difference in an athlete’s performance and perspective.”

What’s most exciting about my job?

“My job allows me to interact with many kinds of people. I also enjoy seeing patients improving and returning to the best functional levels.”


“I enjoy playing baseball, surfing, working out, traveling, and spending time with my family.”

Continuing Education

  • Functional Therapeutic Interventions
  • Upper and Lower Body Joint Mobilization
  • Kinesio Tape Basic Course
  • Applied Physiology
  • Speed and Agility for Athletes
  • Plyometric Training for Athletes
  • High-Intensity Training (slow training)
  • Advanced Human Cadaver Anatomy I and II
  • Physiology of Aging
  • Senior Fitness Exercise
  • Reformer 1 and Movement Principles
  • Chain Reaction Transformation
  • The Basics of Sacroiliac Mobilization
  • Functional Manual Therapy for the Upper Quarter