Matt graduated from John Carroll University with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education. He also holds a Master’s degree from Oregon State University in Health and Human Performance with an emphasis in Sports Medicine. He is a certified in athletic training (NATA), strength and conditioning (CSCS), personal training (NASM), and he is a corrective exercise specialist and performance enhancement specialist (PES) through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM.) Matt currently works in professional sports and enjoys spending his free time with his family and playing golf. If you would like to speak with Matt please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
M.S.-Health and Human Performance-Sports Medicine, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, August 1999-June 2001
B.A.- Physical Education-Athletic Training, John Carroll University, University Hts., OH, August 1995-May 1999
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