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Donald A. Reagan, CSCS 6/5/2012 11:00:17 PM
Posted: Saturday, November 24, 2012 12:08 AM
Joined: 6/5/2012
Posts: 3


I want to personally thank Terry Grindstaff and David Potach for the inception of this SIG and providing it's leadership.  I would like to see the forum regularly used and visited by the SIGs constituents creating an active community of dedicated colleagues.  Furthermore, our community has a great opportunity to submit content for the Rehab Tips section of the SCJ, and I encourage you to consider doing so:



176 Members

Sports Medicine/Rehabilitation Specialist of the Year Award

Nominations Due December 15, 2012

Below you can find a list of the current leadership for the next 3 years, my personal contact information, the mission statement, and intent of the NSCA Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation SIG .      



Don Reagan, DPT, CSCS

Vice Chair

Daniel Preusser, MSEd, ATC, CES


Scot Morrison, CSCS, TPI-CGFI

Member At-Large (2)

Jeff Fields, MS, ATC, CSCS

Robert J. Butler, DPT, PhD


The mission of the Sports Medicine/Rehabilitation Special Interest Group (SIG) is

to provide a forum to discuss related topics, network with other NSCA members,

and disseminate information within and outside of the NSCA.

The intent of the Sports Medicine/Rehabilitation Special Interest Group (SIG) is to

promote this specialty area to NSCA members who are involved in Sports Medicine/

Rehabilitation or individuals interested in related issues. Membership may include,

but not limited to, physical therapists, athletic trainers, students of related fields, and

other health related professionals (e.g., sports trained physicians and chiropractors).

The Sports Medicine/Rehabilitation SIG will serve its members and members of the

NSCA, as well as the public and consumers by working within the mission of the NSCA

to bridge the gap not only between research and practice, but between traditional

rehabilitation concepts and strategies that take advantage of strength and conditioning


Attached you will find the bylaws of the SIG for your reading pleasure.

I look forward to learning and growing within this community,


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Sports Medicine-Rehab SIG Bylaws.doc (57856 bytes)