Athletic Trainers

For more information on athletic training at Henry Ford Health System, contact Christina Eyers, Director of Athletic Training & Community Outreach at (313) 651-1915.

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Michael Alfonsi MS, AT, ATC

Michael earned his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Grand Valley State University and his Master of Science in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Athletic Training from University of Toledo.

Michael has been employed with Henry Ford Health System since 2019. He is currently serving as one of the Athletic Trainers for Lawrence Technological University. Michael is also certified as an American Red Cross BLS Instructor.

Michael’s previous assignments include Beaumont Health System where he was Athletic Trainer for Brother Rice High School. He also previously served as Athletic Trainer at Saint Francis de Sales High School. While receiving his masters at University of Toledo he worked as a Graduate Assistant with the baseball team. He also worked as Athletic Trainer for Empower Physical Therapy and Fitness.

Matt Barnes MAT, LAT, ATC

Matt earned his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with a concentration in Athletic Training and Pre-Physical Therapy from McMurray University and his Master of Athletic Training from University of Houston. Matt has certifications in Integrative Dry Needling, Graston Technique M-1, Myofascial Decompression, Kinesiotape, Dynamic Tape, and SFMA.

Matt has been employed with Henry Ford Health System since 2018. He is currently working as an Athletic Trainer for the Detroit Lions.

Previous assignments include Parkland High School as assistant Athletic Trainer. A seasonal intern for the Houston Texans and outreach Athletic Trainer for Memorial Hermann. Matt has worked with a variety of sports both organized and recreational. He volunteered as an Athletic Trainer for Iron Man Triathlon Races from 2012-2018.

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Brent Beck, MAT, AT, ATC, CSCS, CES, CPT

Brent received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Valparaiso University and his Master of Athletic Training from Manchester University. He is a National Strength and Conditioning Association certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified corrective exercise specialist (CES), and an American College of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer (CPT). In addition, he holds Functional Movement Screening (FMS) Level 1 and Graston Technique M1 certifications.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2018, Brent is currently assigned to Lawrence Technological University.

Prior to HFHS, Brent provided sports medicine services to Grace College & Seminary, and personal training services to DePuy-Synthes Joint Reconstruction and Fox Valley Park District.

Brent can be reached by email.

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Chris Benedict, AT, ATC

Chris received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Grand Valley State University.

Employed by Henry Ford Allegiance Health (HFAH) since 2017, Chris is currently assigned to Spring Arbor University.

Prior to HFAH, Chris provided athletic training services to the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, the Jersey Surf World Class Drum and Bugle Corps and the Lansing United women’s team of the United Women’s Soccer League.

Chris can be reached by email. 

 

Jenn Benedict, MAT, AT, ATC

Jenn received her Bachelors in Health and Exercise Science from Spring Arbor University and her Master in Athletic Training from Manchester University.

Jenn is currently enrolled in the Doctorate in Athletic Training Program at Indiana State University. Employed through Henry Ford Allegiance Health, Jenn is currently assigned Western High School in Parma.

Prior to HFAH, Jenn was the head athletic trainer for the Jersey Surf World Class Drum and Bugle Corps for the 2018 season.

Jenn can be reached by email.

Marloes Blokdijk, MA, AT, ATC, PES, FMS

Marloes received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Eastern Michigan University and her Master of Arts in Sports Administration from Wayne State University. She is a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified performance enhancement specialist (PES) and functional movement specialist (FMS).

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2000, Marloes is currently assigned to Lawrence Technological University. Previous assignments include providing athletic training services to Brother Rice High School, rehabilitation services to William Clay Ford Center for Athletic Medicine in Detroit and marketing and performance enhancement assistance to the HFHS orthopedic department.

Marloes can be reached by email.

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David Brock, AT, ATC

David received his Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine from Central Michigan University. He is an American Red Cross certified CPR and Basic Life Support Instructor.

Employed by Henry Ford Allegiance Health (HFAH) since 2016, David is currently assigned to Spring Arbor University.

Prior to HFAH, David provided sports and rehabilitation services to Northwest High School and to the United States Olympic committee training facilities in both Colorado and San Diego.

David can be reached by email.

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Katelyn Canterbury, BS, AT, ATC

Katelyn received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Adrian College.

Employed by Henry Ford Allegiance Health since 2018, Katelyn is currently assigned to Jackson College.

Katelyn can be reached by email.

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Kimberly Collier, MS, AT, ATC

Kimberly received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Slippery Rock University and her Master of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Kentucky.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System since 2012, Kimberly is currently assigned to the University of Michigan - Dearborn (UMD) and serves as Supervisor of Athletic Training within the department. In 2017, she created the Drug Education and Testing Program for UMD. In addition, she has served as the co-chair of the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference Athletic Training Committee since 2016.

Kimberly can be reached by email.

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Taylor Cutajar, MS, AT, ATC, CSCS, CES, PES

Taylor received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Western Michigan University and his Master of Science in Athletic Training from Ohio University. He holds additional credentials as a National Strength and Conditioning Association certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), corrective exercise specialist and a National Academy of Sports Medicine performance enhancement specialist (PES).

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2017, Taylor is currently assigned to Lawrence Technological University, where he oversees the healthcare of the Blue Devils football team

Prior to HFHS, Taylor provided athletic training services to North Carolina State University, the Detroit Lions, Ohio University, the Cleveland Browns and Western Michigan University

Taylor can be reached by email.

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Dayna Elenis, AT, ATC, LMT

Dayna received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and Sports Medicine from Central Michigan University. She is a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) through Irene's Myomassology Institute

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2009, Dayna is currently assigned to Bloomfield Hills High School. Previous assignments include providing athletic training services to Detroit Country Day Schools, Dearborn Crestwood High School and Henry Ford Rehabilitation – Columbus Rehab & Athletic Medicine

Prior to HFHS, Dayna provided athletic training services to Camp Pendleton School of Infantry and volunteered with the Special Olympics Michigan

Dayna can be reached by email.

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Christina Eyers, Ed.D., AT, ATC

Christina received her Bachelor of Science in Movement Science from the University of Michigan, her Master of Arts in Health Studies from the University of Alabama and her Doctor of Education from Central Michigan University.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2011, Christina is currently the Director of Athletic Training and Community Outreach for the Orthopaedic Service Line. Previous assignments include working with collegiate athletes at the University of Michigan, University of Alabama, Saginaw Valley State University and Central Michigan University; intramural and recreational athletes at Central Michigan University; and youth soccer athletes through the U.S. Olympic Development Program.

Prior to HFHS, Christina was a faculty member of Central Michigan University and Saginaw Valley State University.

Christina can be reached by email.

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Kevin Fleming, MA, MBA, AT, ATC

Kevin received his Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education and Athletic Training, his Master of Arts in Curriculum Development and Exercise Science from the University of Iowa and his MBA in Healthcare Administration and Marketing from St. Ambrose University. Kevin is a Michigan High School Athletic Association certified skinfold assessor, CPR instructor and brains and balance specialist.

Employed by Henry Ford Allegiance Health (HFAH) since 2014, Kevin is currently assigned to Hanover-Horton schools. Prior to HFAH, Kevin worked with Physiotherapy Associates in Battle Creek and provided services to Union City Schools.

Kevin can be reached by email.

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Michelle Gambino-Gorney MA, AT, ATC

Michelle received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and Sports Medicine from Central Michigan University and her Master of Arts in Sports Performance from Ball State University.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2015, Michelle is currently assisting our sports medicine physicians with patient care at Henry Ford Medical Center - Bloomfield and Henry Ford Medical Center - Columbus, and supports community outreach by assisting with coverage at our area’s schools.

Prior to HFHS, Michelle provided athletic training services to Ball State University’s intercollegiate women’s soccer team and assisted with coverage for their swimming and diving team.

Michelle can be reached by email.

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Alex Garland, AT, ATC

Alex received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Central Michigan University.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2016, Alex is currently assigned to the Detroit Pistons. Previous assignments include providing sports medicine care to the Detroit City Football Club, St. Clair Shores Fighting Saints and Lakeview High School.

Prior to HFHS, Alex was a Henry Ford intern providing athletic training services to Macomb Community College, Henry Ford Medical Center - Lakeside and Henry Ford Medical Center - Columbus.

Alex can be reached by email.

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Brianna Gauna, MA, AT, ATC

Brianna received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Western Michigan University and her Master of Arts in Sports Administration from Wayne State University. She is certified in Sound Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization and has completed her CrossFit Level 1 certification.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2019, Brianna is currently assigned to Detroit City Football Club. 

Prior to being employed by HFHS, Brianna was a graduate assistant athletic trainer providing sports medicine services to Wayne State University’s football and men and women's fencing teams. She also completed an internship at Western Michigan University working with the softball and men's soccer teams.

Brianna can be reached by email

Alonzo Groggins AT, ATC

Alonzo earned his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Eastern Michigan University. Alonzo has been employed with Henry Ford Health System since 2019. He is currently the athletic trainer at Fordson High School where he has been assigned since 2016.

Previous assignments include ATI physical therapy where he worked in both the clinical and outreach settings. Alonzo also served as Athletic Trainer for the Harlem Globetrotters Basketball Team in addition to internships with Ann Arbor Huron High School and the DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan.

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Suzanne Harmon, MA, AT, ATC

Suzanne received her Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine and Athletic Training from Eastern Michigan University and her Master of Arts in Educational Administration with a Higher Education emphasis from University of Missouri at Kansas City.

Employed by Henry Ford Allegiance Health (HFAH) since 2018, Suzanne is the supervisor of sports medicine. She is also an adjunct professor for Adrian College, where she has been a preceptor since 2008.

Prior to HFAH, Suzanne provided athletic training services to Siena Heights University, Tecumseh High School, Clinton High School and Hillsdale College. She was also an adjunct professor at Hillsdale College from 1998 to 2000.

Suzanne can be reached by email.

Marnie Hawes MS, AT, ATC

Marnie earned her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Ohio State University and her Master of Science in Movement Science, with a concentration on injury biomechanics, from Barry University. Marnie has certification in Graston Technique M-1.

Marnie has been employed with Henry Ford Health System since 2019. She is currently serving as one of the Athletic Trainers for Lawrence Technological University.

Marnie’s previous assignments include Barry University where she worked as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Women’s Volleyball and Softball teams. She also held internships through Ohio State University at Westerville North High School and OhioHealth McConnell Spine, Sport, and Joint Center.

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Kelly Lane, AT, ATC, LMT

Kelly received her Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Kinesiology and a specialization in Athletic Training from Michigan State University. She is a certified licensed massage therapist (LMT) from Lansing Community College.

Employed by Henry Ford Allegiance Health since 2006, Kelly is currently assigned to Springport High School.

Kelly can be reached by email. 

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Trevor Lopez, AT, ATC, CGFI-L1

Trevor received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Adrian College. He is a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) certified level one gold fitness instructor (CGFI-L1) and plays a key role in the GolFit Program.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2013, Trevor is currently assigned to Cranbrook and Kingswood Schools. Previous assignments include providing sports medicine care to Brother Rice High School.

Prior to HFHS, Trevor was a summer intern for the Detroit Lions during the 2011 and 2012 NFL seasons.

Trevor can be reached by email.

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Ashley Mattern AT, ATC

Ashley earned her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Central Michigan University. She is Blood Borne Pathogen, Heads Up! Concussion in Youth Sports, and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Certified.

Ashley has been employed with Henry Ford since 2019. She is currently working as Athletic Trainer at University of Michigan-Dearborn.

Previous assignments for Ashley include Beaumont Hospital where she was Athletic Trainer for Royal Oak High School. She was also Athletic Trainer for Sterling Heights High School through St. John Providence Hospital. During her time at Central Michigan, Ashley held positions with Sacred Heart Academy, University Health Services, and Campus Ridge Rehabilitation. She has volunteered for both the Winter and Summer Special Olympics as part of the medical staff.

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Aaron Mehl, MS, CSCS

Aaron received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Hope College, and his Master of Science in Sports Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University. Aaron is a National Strength and Conditioning Association certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) and TRX coach.

Employed by Henry Ford Allegiance Health since 2018, Aaron is assigned to Albion College. Prior to HFAH, Aaron provided strength and conditioning services to the Virginia State University football team, the Detroit Tigers during spring training 2007, Virginia Commonwealth University, Longwood University, Southwest Sports Institute and the United States Army.

Aaron can be reached by email.

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Ibraheem Mutahr, AT, ATC

Ibraheem received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Eastern Michigan University.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2016, Ibraheem is currently assigned to Lakeview High School. Previous assignments include providing sports medicine care to the Bloomfield Hills High School and Lawrence Technological University.

Prior to HFHS, Ibraheem was a Henry Ford intern providing athletic training services to the University of Michigan - Dearborn and William Clay Ford Center for Athletic Medicine.

Ibraheem can be reached by email.

 

Rebecca Neal, MS, AT, ATC, NREMT

Rebecca received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Adrian College followed by her Master of Science in Athletic Training from Adrian College.

Employed by Henry Ford Allegiance Health (HFAH) since 2019, she is currently assigned to Columbia Central High School.

Rebecca is also a licensed Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in the state of Michigan.

Rebecca can be reached by email.

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Erin Nelson, AT, ATC

Erin received her Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine and Athletic Training from Central Michigan University.

Employed by Henry Ford Allegiance Health (HFAH) since 2014, Erin is currently assigned to Napoleon High School. Additionally, she is a STOP THE BLEED® instructor through the American College of Surgeons and the STOP THE BLEED® campaign. Prior to HFAH, Erin provided sports medicine services to Vandercook Lake and East Jackson High Schools.

Erin can be reached by email.

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Kady O’Connell, MS, AT, ATC

Kady received her Bachelor of Arts in Athletic Training from Albion College and her Master of Science in Exercise and Sports Science from Merrimack College.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2018, Kady is currently assigned to Detroit Country Day Schools where she covers football, field hockey, men’s soccer, basketball, softball and women’s lacrosse. She also provides special event athletic training services for NXT lacrosse outside of HFHS.

Prior to HFHS, Kady served as Merrimack College’s graduate fellow for the football and softball programs. While at Albion College, she provided student coverage for a variety of sports teams and coverage for Lumen Christi High School and Olivet College.

Kady can be reached by email.

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Nick Parkinson, M.Ed., AT, ATC, TSAC-F

Nick received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and Sports Medicine from Central Michigan University and his Master of Education in Exercise Science from Auburn University. He is a National Strength and Conditioning Association certified tactical strength and conditioning facilitator (TSAC-F).

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2013, Nick currently serves as Supervisor of Athletic Training within the department. In 2018, Nick was named High School Athletic Trainer of the Year by the Michigan Athletic Trainers Society.

Previous assignments include providing athletic training services to the U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps and the Great Lakes Loons — a Class A minor league affiliate of the L.A. Dodgers. In early 2012, before departing for Auburn University, Nick provided athletic training coverage to Allen Park High School representing HFHS.

Nick can be reached by email.

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Kelsey Rasky AT, ATC

Kelsey earned her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Eastern Michigan University. She has been employed with Henry Ford Health System since 2019. She currently serves as Athletic Trainer at University of Michigan-Dearborn.

Previous assignments for Kelsey include ATI Physical Therapy where she worked as Athletic Trainer at Canton High School. Kelsey also worked in the industrial setting for ATI Worksite Solutions where she specialized in FMLA. Immediately after graduating, Kelsey worked in the clinical setting where she implemented and oversaw the Work Conditioning Program and became certified in Muscle Energy Techniques.

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Jessica Reitmeyer, MHA, AT, ATC

Jessica received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Central Michigan University, and her Master of Healthcare Administration from Grand Valley State University.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2019, Jessica is currently assigned as the athletic training sports educator, where she works to inform and educate the members of the community in various sports medicine and health-related topics. Additionally, Jessica is the administrator for the Henry Ford Athletic Leagues.

Prior to employment with Henry Ford, Jessica completed a one-year fellowship at the University of Michigan where she cared for the men’s and women’s tennis teams.

Jessica can be reached by email.

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Ryan Rompola, DAT, AT, ATC

Ryan received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Indiana State University and his Doctorate in Athletic Training from Indiana State University. Employed by Henry Ford Allegiance Health (HFAH) since 2019, he is currently assisting our sports medicine physicians at the Henry Ford Allegiance Sports Medicine Clinic and supports community outreach by assisting with coverage at area schools.

Ryan has an additional certification in Graston Technique and is also a certified myoskeletal therapist. He is a lead athletic trainer for USA Weightlifting’s Medical Society.

Prior to Henry Ford, Ryan was a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Attica High School in Indiana and was an athletic trainer with Franciscan Health in Lafayette, Indiana.

Ryan can be reached by email.

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Meaghan Rourke, MA, AT, ATC, PES

Meaghan received her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Grand Valley State University and her Master of Arts degree in Health Professions Education from Michigan State University. She is a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified performance enhancement specialist (PES) and an American Heart Association certified First Aid/CPR instructor.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System since 2003, Meaghan is currently assigned to Allen Park High School and assists our sports medicine physicians with patient care at the William Clay Ford Center for Athletic Medicine in Detroit.

Previous assignments include providing athletic training services to the University of Detroit - Jesuit and Ladywood High Schools.

Meaghan can be reached by email.

Kelly Scala AT, ATC

Kelly earned her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Adrian College. She has been employed with Henry Ford Health System since 2019. She continues in her role as Athletic Trainer for Dearborn High School where she has been since 2015.

Kelly’s previous assignments include Concordia University where she served as both assistant and head Athletic Trainer. Kelly was also the Head Women’s Golf Coach at Concordia University. During her time as Athletic Trainer for Beaumont and Concordia, Kelly volunteered and worked many recreational and organized events and tournaments including the Canton Cup and MIHL Hockey Showcase.

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Nicole Schreiber, MA, AT, ATC

Nicole received her Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine and her Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Eastern Michigan University.

Nicole has been employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2009. She has been instrumental in providing clinical liaison expertise to the Detroit Pistons, Wayne State University and other outreach entities. Her efforts over the past two seasons garnished a Power of One award nomination in 2019. Nicole also serves as manager of athletic training within the Division of Sports Medicine.

During her tenure with HFHS, Nicole has provided direct patient care to high school athletes, assisted in physician clinic, coordinated outreach physicals and athletic training student rotations. She served as athletic trainer to Mercy High School until 2015, when she was promoted to lead athletic trainer.

Nicole can be reached by email.

Eric Schwab MA, AT, ATC, SCAT

Eric earned his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Grand Valley State University and his Master of Art in Kinesiology and Sport Studies from East Tennessee State University.
Eric has been employed with Henry Ford Health System since 2019 and currently serves as the Athletic Trainer for University of Detroit Jesuit High School.

Eric’s previous assignments include McLeod Sports Medicine where he served at head Athletic Trainer for South Florence High School and assistant Athletic Trainer for Francis Marion University. Eric was graduate assistant at East Tennessee State University, where he was the primary athletic trainer for their baseball team. He also completed an internship with the Detroit Tigers.

Jamie Schwab AT, ATC, SCAT, CSCS

Jamie earned her Bachelor of Art in Athletic Training and Exercise Science from Baldwin Wallace University. She is a National Strength and Conditioning Association certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS).

Jamie has been employed with Henry Ford Health System since 2019 and currently serves as the athletic trainer for Edsel Ford High School.

Previous assignments include McLeod Health Sports Medicine Outreach where she served as Athletic Trainer for Lake City High School and Cheraw High School. Jamie served as co-director for the McLeod Sports Medicine Race where she helped raise money for athletic training scholarships. She also worked as Athletic Trainer for ESPN Wide World of Sports at Walt Disney World.

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Dawn Thrasher, AT, ATC, PES, FMS

Dawn received her Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine from Central Michigan University. She is a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified performance enhancement specialist (PES) and functional movement specialist (FMS).

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 1998, Dawn is currently assigned to Marian High School. She works with performance enhancement programming as a functional movement specialist, and assists our sports medicine physicians with patient care at the William Clay Ford Center for Athletic Medicine in Detroit and Henry Ford Medical Center - Columbus.

Previous assignments include providing sports medicine services to South Lake, Brother Rice, University of Detroit - Jesuit, Detroit Country Day, Lahser and Hamtramck High Schools and Marygrove College. She also worked at the William Clay Ford Center for Athletic Medicine in Rehabilitation Services.

Dawn can be reached by email.

 

Melanie Veldkamp, ATC

Melanie received her Bachelor of Arts in Athletic Training from Hope College.

Employed by Henry Ford Allegiance Health (HFAH) since 2019, she is currently assigned as the athletic trainer at Concord High School.

Melanie can be reached by email.

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Kelly Weir, AT, ATC, CSCS, PES, HGP-I

Kelly received her Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine from Central Michigan University. She is a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified performance enhancement specialist (PES), a National Strength and Conditioning Association certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) and a HawkGrips certified practitioner (HGP-I).

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 1998, Kelly is currently working out of the Henry Ford Center for Athletic Medicine as part of the specialized sports rehabilitation team. Additionally, Kelly also assists the Division of Sports Medicine with a variety of performance enhancement programming and marketing.

Prior to HFHS, Kelly provided athletic training and rehabilitation services to Walled Lake Western High School, Metro Rehabilitation/Nova Care Physical Therapy, Healthtrax Work-Fit Division and Special Olympics Michigan.

Kelly can be reached by email.

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Allie Willis, MSA, AT, ATC

Allie received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and Sports Medicine and her Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from Central Michigan University.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2014, Allie is currently assisting our sports medicine physicians and orthopedic surgeons with patient care at the Henry Ford Center for Athletic Medicine, Henry Ford Medical Center - Fairlane and Henry Ford Medical Center - Troy.

Prior to HFHS, Allie was a Henry Ford intern providing athletic training services to Henry Ford Rehabilitation - Columbus Rehab & Athletic Medicine in Novi, Center for Athletic Medicine in Detroit, the Sports Concussion Clinic and Detroit Country Day Schools.

Allie can be reached by email.

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Hannah Woods, AT, ATC

Hannah received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Grand Valley State University.

Employed by Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) since 2017, Hannah is currently assigned to Mercy High School and serves as administrator of the Joint Preservation Program. She also assists our sports medicine physicians and orthopedic surgeons with patient care at the William Clay Ford Center for Athletic Medicine in Detroit and Henry Ford Medical Center - Columbus. Previous assignments include providing athletic training services to the Academy of the Sacred Heart.

As an HFHS intern, Hannah provided athletic training services to Cranbrook and Kingswood schools, Sports Concussion Clinic, and the Henry Ford Rehabilitation - Columbus Rehabilitation & Athletic Medicine.

Hannah can be reached by email.

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