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About Adrienne Wilson, MS, ATC
Adrienne Wilson, MS, is a certified athletic trainer (ATC) who specializes in injury prevention and individualized exercise programs for people of all ages. She also has expertise in acute injury management, the Graston Technique and other soft-tissue work, and concussion management. Her philosophy of patient care emphasizes educating active people about their bodies and giving them the tools they need to stay healthy and active.
Prior to joining UC San Diego Health, Wilson worked as an athletic trainer with a variety of NCAA Division I teams at UC Davis, including women's volleyball, gymnastics, softball, and track and field. While at UC Davis, she co-directed the undergraduate sports medicine internship program. Ms. Wilson was also part of the medical staff for the 2008 ESPN Winter X Games in Colorado.
She earned a master's degree in sports administration from the University of New Mexico, and obtained bachelor degrees in athletic training and psychology from University of North Dakota.
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For more information, see Athletic Training.
- University of New Mexico, College of Education, Albuquerque, NM
Date Joined Staff
- Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC)
Conditions and Treatments
- Acute Injury Management
- Graston Technique / Soft Tissue Work
- Core Strengthening
- Stretching and Flexibility Instruction
- Concussion Management
- Athletic Injuries