Athletic Trainers (ATs) are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians. ATs specialize in in the prevention, assessment, emergent care, and treatment of musculoskeletal and general medical conditions. ATs work under the direction of physicians, as prescribed by state licensure statutes.
Athletic trainers can work in a variety of settings. At RAMC our athletic trainers work with Reedsburg High School, Weston High School, Seats Inc., outpatient therapy and with the Maintain and Restore program here at RAMC.
For more information and resources on the profession of athletic training, visit the National Athletic Training Association website.
Athletic Trainers – not “Trainers”
B.S. Athletic Training from Southwest Baptist University 2009-2013; M.S. Athletic Training from Ohio University 2013-2015
"I’m from Reedsburg and have been interested in the profession of athletic training since 2008 starting with my first job shadow at Reedsburg Area High School and RAMC.
Since 2009, my clinical experience includes high school athletics, collegiate athletics, performing arts medicine, military medicine (U.S. Army), academic and clinical research, overseas medical outreach in Latin America, clinical preceptor, and academic faculty."
"I enjoy hiking, running, strength training, tennis, swimming, and traveling. I like to play guitar, read, and play cards and games with family and friends."
B.S. Athletic Training from UW-Oshkosh 2012-2016
"I grew up in Wauwatosa, WI and currently live in Middleton, WI. I have a huge passion for sports. I was a 3-sport athlete and participated in many various sports throughout high school. With many different injuries in my athletic career, I observed firsthand the sports medicine field, which became my new passion.
My clinical experience includes high school athletics, collegiate athletics at Lawrence University and UW-Oshkosh."
"I enjoy being outdoors and spending time with my wife. I love to work on cars with my father and travel as much as I can."