Experienced Athletic Trainer with excellent clinical and management skills. Action-oriented with strong ability to communicate effectively with physicians, patients, and families.
Over 5 years of professional experience, 4 years of clinical experience, and multiple extra curricular volunteer hours in the field of medicine and human anatomy and physiology.
Head Athletic Trainer and Program Manager contracted out to Stanley Black and Decker. Responsibilities include providing proactive preventative injury solutions and programs, ergonomic and biomechanical analyses, injury assessment and care of workers who are injured on and off the job, and collaborating with physicians if an injured employee needs referral for further diagnostics. Accomplished creating a proactive program of dynamic and static routine warm-up sessions for workers prior to, during, and after their work shifts. Provide on a weekly basis educational seminars in teaching workers about the human anatomy and how physical work loads effect the body over time. Injury assessments range in minor injuries such as contusions, to larger scale injuries such as myo-tendinous ruptures, concussions, and crush injuries.
Athletic Trainer contracted out by Onsite Innovations to a construction company. Provided immediate on-site emergency medical care, injury diagnostics, rehabilitative strategies, and patient care. Acquired knowledge and skill in managing workman's compensation claims and assisting along side of insurance adjusters with each individual case. Managed injury cases on a daily basis including follow ups, care recommendations, and reassessment among keeping consistent contact with the claims specialist and insurance adjusters. Acquired further experience in the construction field by taking part first-hand in each endeavor of the individual worker's day from welding, carpentry, mechanical engineering, cement and asphalt work, bridge building, and quality control technician among Health and Safety specialty to understand prevention of hazards per OSHA guidelines. By means of decreasing injury rate, I built, managed, and established an ergonomic and biomechanical education seminar series for the safety and well being of occupational workers in construction. I built an educational ergonomic tool I brought with me to presentations to show patients and workers first hand what happens to the biomechanics of the human body when force and stress are placed on the body in both ergonomic and un-ergonomic positions. Among patient are and management and ergonomic education, I provided further care to patients that needed extra assistance in scheduling their appointments, making follow ups, and offering the best means of care until their injuries were released from restrictions. In doing so, I created strong relationships with my patients and always provided the most honest and direct communication I could give.
Observed Arcelormittal Steel's on site Physician Assistant Gretchen Reynolds roughly 8-10 hours a week from August 2015-January 2018, totaling to about 1,000 hours. Observed employee physicals, flu shot injections, orthopedic assessment, general medical assessments, employee follow ups from diagnostic testing, and administrative duties.
Observation hours of roughly 4-8 hours a week at Temple University Hospital Emergency Room totaling roughly 500 hours. Shadowed multiple physicians from the trauma and general medical practices. Observed the care of high blood pressure episodes, heart attacks, traumatic injuries and wounds, HIV/AIDs patients, pediatric care, geriatric care, rashes, influenza out breaks, and casting/splitting of fractures. Observed surgical procedures involving appendicitis care, removal of foreign objects, and internal fixation of fractures involving the femur, tibia, and spinal trauma.
Tutored students needing further understanding in Anatomy and Physiology, Bicomechanics, Motor Behavior, Psychology, Upper and Lower Extremity, and Injury diagnostics and care.
Assisted Professors in educating students in Upper and Lower Extremity classes and Anatomy and Physiology.
Began as a weekend volunteer assisting in the rehabilitative therapy of disabled riders on horse back, eventually becoming the weekend barn manager of a 20 stall horse farm and riding facility managing feedings, stall cleanings, lessons, boarding, vet and farrier visits, and exercise riding the horses. All work was volunteered.
National Athletic Training Association (NATA)
- Cert. since 2014
United States Triathlon Association (USAT)
- Avid Marathoner and Triathlete; Boston Qualifier and Ironman finisher
Former Professional Equestrian
- Sales and management experience
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