Geoffrey Dalgleish is a board certified Athletic Trainer who works as a health care professional who collaborates with physicians to provide therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and various medical conditions. He is a Peoria, Arizona native who graduated from Colorado State University-Pueblo with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. His clinical experience at Colorado State University-Pueblo included working directly with football, women’s volleyball and baseball. He also served as a student Athletic Trainer with the NCAA Division II Wrestling and Track and Field National Championships.
After completing his Bachelors degree he worked as an Intern Athletic Trainer with the Cincinnati Reds major league baseball team in extended spring training. After completing his internship he worked as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Grand Canyon University where he provided medical care for Men’s and Women’s lacrosse and Cheer & Dance. While serving as the primary Athletic Trainer with these teams he completed his Master of Science in Health Care Administration degree. Currently Geoff is the Head Athletic Trainer at Foothill High School and is also an Athletic Trainer at Simpson University located in Redding, California. He is excited to bring his passion of Sports Medicine to be able to provide an individualized approach of care that will allow athletes to compete at their optimal level. During his spare time, Geoff enjoys golfing, swimming and hiking.
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