Wear a helmet whenever participating in activities
that pose a head injury risk.
Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science
Athletic Training Winona State University — Winona, Minnesota
Masters in Physician Assistant Studies
Augsburg College — Minneapolis, Minnesota
- National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) — Certified
- National Athletic Training Association (NATA) — Certified
- Licensed Athletic Trainer, State of Minnesota
Mountain and road biking, backpacking, hiking, snowboarding, skiing, playing with my two dogs
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