Managing Low Back Pain through Activities-of-Daily-Living Education

in International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training
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Tim Speicher has worked in various clinical settings, including college, high school, hospital, outpatient rehabilitation, and Olympic. He currently serves Sacred Heart University as a clinical assistant professor and associate researcher with their motion analysis laboratory. He also serves the State of Connecticut Athletic Trainers' Association as chair of the Reimbursement Committee.

Daniel Martin has served as Marshall University's program director for 20 years and as an athletic trainer and faculty member for 24 years. He has served in a variety of capacities of service to the profession of athletic training on the state and local levels. He has been Who's Who Among American Teacher's four times, elected to the Marshall University Sports Medicine Hall of Fame, and was recently recognized as Marshall's graduate advisor of the year.

Rob DeSimone has practiced in the field of athletic training in variety of roles, including as associate athletic trainer for the 2004 Winter Games—Olympic long-track speed skating, medical coordinator for the Massachusetts Bay State Games, and former Assistant athletic trainer for Brandeis University. Currently, Rob is employed as a registered nurse at Lahey Medical Center in Burlington, MA.