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Interprofessional Collaboration in D1 Athletics (2022.10.05)

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Thank you

A deep dive into the relationship between Strength Coaches and PTs.

Panel: Panel will consist of physical therapists and strength coaches working in Division I Football from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Wake Forest University. The moderator will be Tommy Otley (University of Miami)

What: Discuss clinical examples of collaboration with long-term rehabilitation and answer pre-sent questions from the audience.

Description

A deep dive into the relationship between Strength Coaches and PTs.

Panel: Panel will consist of physical therapists and strength coaches working in Division I Football from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Wake Forest University. The moderator will be Tommy Otley (University of Miami)

What: Discuss clinical examples of collaboration with long-term rehabilitation and answer pre-sent questions from the audience.

Contributors

  • Stephen Whitlock, CSCS, USAW, M.S. - Human Movement Science

    • Assistant Director of Sports Performance - Wake Forest Football
    • Stephen Whitlock attended the University of Indianapolis where he played football and got his B.S in Kinesiology. Following graduation Stephen was hired part-time working with Stanford football, men's swimming and women's lacrosse. After leaving Stanford, he was a graduate assistant at the University of North Texas for only 7 months before getting his first full-time job at Rice University. After Rice University, Stephen spent two years on staff at the University of Illinois before being hired by Wake Forest where he is currently employed. Stephen also has intern experience working primarily with football at the University of Indianapolis, Stanford University, Barwis Methods, Duke University and Louisiana State University.
    • Twitter: @S_Whitlock17

  • Tommy Otley, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS

    • Physical Therapist – University of Miami Basketball
    • Tommy is the physical therapist for with the Hurricanes’ men’s and women’s basketball teams. He also manages sports science for both programs, including overseeing team performance technology use, baseline profiling assessments and in-season athlete monitoring. Tommy completed his sports residency and Division I sports fellowship at Duke University. He currently serves as the Practice Chair for the College and Professional Sports special interest group of the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy.
    • Twitter/Instagram: @Tommy_Otley_DPT

  • Lindsay Gately, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC

    Assistant Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist – Wake Forest Football
    After receiving her AT education from the University of Pittsburgh and PT degree from the University of Southern California, Lindsay continued her sports specialization via the sports residency at Memorial Hermann IRONMAN in Houston. Her journey to Wake Forest includes several professional seasonal experiences with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Guardians, and San Francisco 49ers
    Twitter: @LindsayGately

  • Bailey Lanser, DPT, PT, SCS, LAT

    • Physical Therapist for the Wisconsin Badgers
    • Bailey Lanser is the clinical sports physical therapist for UW - Badger Athletics. She rehabilitates athletes with different injuries from all sports but has a special interest and clinical focus on management of long term rehabilitation and programming in ACLR. She completed her sports residency at the Cleveland Clinic, and now is back at UW-Madison providing clinical care and assisting in the Badger Athletic Performance lab.
    • Twitter: @LanserBailey

  • Craig Buckley: Assistant Director of Football Strength and Conditioning Wisconsin

    Buckley enters his first season as Assistant Director of Strength and conditioning with the Wisconsin football program. He is responsible for return-to-play progressions and skill speed training.

    Prior to joining the UW staff, Buckley spent nine years with the Bryant Bulldogs as the Assistant Athletic Director of Strength and Conditioning from 2018-2022 and Head Strength and Conditioning Coach from 2013-2018. He was responsible for all aspects of the strength and conditioning programs for the 22 sports.

    He started at Bryant in January 2013 after serving as an assistant football strength and conditioning coach at the University of Pittsburgh for a year.

    Prior to arriving at Pitt, Buckley spent five years as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at N.C. State. While with the Wolfpack, he worked mainly with the football team.

    Buckley also spent three seasons as a paid intern at Boston College, working with football, men’s and women’s basketball, hockey, track and field, baseball, and softball.

    A 2004 graduate of Bridgewater State University, Buckley was the school’s athlete of the year and a two-
    time NCAA All-American in wrestling. He earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science and his master’s in strength and conditioning in 2006.

    He is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association, USA Weightlifting and the National Council of Strength and Fitness as an APT certified personal trainer and also holds Reflexive Performance Reset Level 1, Head and Neck Training Specialist, Functional Movement Screening Level 1, Postural Restoration Institute, and Precision Nutrition certifications.

    Buckley and his wife Melodye, have three daughters, Kaedence, Ariana, and Kylee.

October 5, 2022
Wed 7:30 PM CDT

Duration 1H 0M

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