Athletic Training Services

 

Athletic Training Staff


Andrea Cook, MS, AT, ATC, CSCS
Head Athletic Trainer

Alumnus of Baldwin Wallace University ('01) & Georgia State University ('03)

Sport Responsibilities:  Football, Women's Basketball, Men's and Women's Tennis and Golf

Phone: (440) 826-8051
Email: acook@bw.edu

 


Jeremiah (Jay) Bush, MS, AT, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Alumnus of Lock Haven ('09) & Western Kentucky University ('11)

Sport Responsibilities: Football, Swimming and Diving, Indoor and Outdoor Track

Cleveland Clinic Sports Health

Phone: (440) 826-8561
Email: jbush@bw.edu

 

 


ATHLETIC TRAINING EDUCATION PROGRAM FACULTY


Karyn Gentile, MS, AT, ATC
Program Director and Clinical Coordinator

Alumna of Baldwin Wallace University ('90) & Syracuse University ('92)

Phone: (440) 826-3463
Email: kgentile@bw.edu

 

 

 



Jessica Emlich Jochum, PhD., AT, ATC
Associate Professor

Alumna of Grand Valley State University & University of S. Mississippi ('08) 

Phone: (440) 826-2270
Email: jemlichi@bw.edu

 

 

TEAM PHYSICIANS


Dr. Kelly Richter

Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine

Specialty Training: Fellowship - Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Residency: Indiana University School of Medicine

Other Education: B.S. - Eastern Illinois University

Specialty Interests: Pediatric Orthopedics, Internal Medicine, and Sports Medicine

 


Dr. Paul Saluan

Medical School: Case Western Reserve University

Specialty Training: Case Western Reserve University

Other Education: B.S. - John Carroll University

Specialty Interests: Pediatric and Adolescent Sports Medicine Arthroscopic Surgery, and Sports Medicine

 

 

We are now equipped with additional taping stations as well as treatment tables.

 

We provide in-house rehabilitation for all injuries, including pre-and-post operative services.

 

This cold plunge is among our newest additions to the Higgins Athletic Training Room.  Many athletes, especially football, soccer, and cross country/track athletes take advantage of its availability to help their muscles recover from the rigors of being a college athlete.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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