ProEx has named Stephanie Davis of Brighton, MA as Athletic Trainer at Wilmington High School.
In this role Davis will serve as “first responder” in the event of an athletic injury at the high school; she will work in conjunction with Ed Harrison, Athletics Director at Wilmington High and all coaching staff to ensure a comprehensive injury management plan. She will provide on-site assessment and treatment in the event of an injury.
Prior to joining Pro Ex Physical Therapy, Davis was the Athletic Trainer at Coyle Cassidy High School in Taunton, MA. Previous posts were as Rehabilitation Technician/Athletic Trainer at Beverly Hospital and as Athletic Trainer at M.I.T.
In addition to her position as Athletic Trainer at Wilmington High School, Davis will also act as an Exercise Technician at the ProEx Woburn location at 300 TradeCenter; her wide-range of responsibilities in this role includes assisting staff Physical Therapists with patient care.
Davis received her undergraduate degree in Health Sciences from the University of Central Florida and a Master’s degree in Education and Sport Psychology from Boston University.
Originally from Winter Park FL, Davis now lives in Brighton where in her spare time she likes to travel and enjoy sporting events. She has volunteered at both the JCC Triathlon by the Sea and the Boston Marathon, providing medical services at the finish line and the medical tent.
“We’re more than pleased to have Stephanie on our team as both Athletic Trainer at Wilmington High and as an Exercise Technician in our active Woburn clinic,” said James Shea, Clinic Manager. “Her vast experience combined with outstanding clinical and communication skills, make her the perfect choice to fill these vital posts within our organization.”