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High School Sports Medicine Services

The Athletic Trainers of The Sports Medicine Center are highly skilled, enthusiastic individuals that are pleased to be an integral part of local school sports teams. The Sports Medicine Center experts want to ensure that the school athletes in our region enjoy their team sports experiences.

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Tate EricksonTate Erickson, MS, ATC
Sports Medicine Manager
Tate Erickson earned a Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine from Mercyhurst College, Erie, PA, in 2000 and a Master of Science in Sports Medicine from Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, in 2002. After finishing his Master's, Tate relocated to Vail, CO, where he completed a one-year Sports Medicine Fellowship with the Steadman Hawkins Clinic. In 2003, Tate worked as the Director of Athletic Training Services and continued there until May, 2005. Tate joined The Sports Medicine Center in June, 2005.

Mary AnnearMary Annear, ATC
Keene High School
Mary Annear earned a Bachelor of Science degree in PE: Athletic Training from Keene State College in 2005.  Upon graduation, Mary joined the Sports Medicine Center and has since fulfilled contracts as an Athletic Trainer at several of the local high schools.  Currently she works both as a Physician Extender for the Sports Medicine physicians, and as an Athletic Trainer at Keene High School.

 

 

Deborah WoodDeborah Wood, MS, ATC, CSCS, CES
Monadnock Regional High School
Deborah “Debbie” Wood earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology; Athletic Training from the University of New Hampshire in 2000, a Master of Science in Higher Education for Athletic Training from Plymouth State University in 2011, and a Graduate Certificate in Personal Approaches to Transformation and Healing from Plymouth State University in 2011. Debbie has spent more than seven years of her career working as an Athletic Trainer at the collegiate level in Massachusetts, New York, and New Hampshire and more than three years working within Orthopaedics as a Physician Extender in New York and New Hampshire.

Shayna StoddardShayna Stoddard, ATC, EMT
Keene High School
Shayna Stoddard graduated from Keene State College in 2009 with a Bachelors degree in athletic training. Since then she has worked as the head athletic trainer at Concord High School and as a physician extender at Baystate Medical Center. Shayna is also a certified and licensed EMT.

Bree CassidyBree Cassidy, ATC
Fall Mountain Regional high School
Bree Cassidy, ATC earned a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Vermont (UVM) in 2012. While attending UVM, she worked as a student athletic trainer primarily with Division 1 athletes as well as the general medical population and high school and collegate-level club athletes.