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Kristin Lage

PhD candidate, MS, ATC, LAT

 

Assistant Director of Athletic Training

Office: Feldman Athletic Health Care Center

E-mail: klage@iastate.edu

Tel: (515) 294-3904

Sport: Softball

Work Experience

 

Iowa State University - Assistant Director of Athletic Training 

2011-Present

 

University of California, Los Angeles - Assistant Athletic Trainer 

2006-2011

 

Texas Christian University - Associate Athletic Trainer /ATEP Program Director 

1993-2002

 

SportsFocus Physical Therapy - Athletic Trainer, Buffalo, NY

1991-1993

 

Orchard Park Community Schools - Head Athletic Trainer, Orchard Park, NY

1989-1991

 

SUNY Buffalo - Biomechanics Teaching & Research Assistant, Buffalo,NY

1989-1991

 

Trinity Valley School - Head Athletic Trainer, Fort Worth, TX

1988-1989

Classes Taught

 

Iowa State:  A TR 219 Clinical Practicum in Athletic Training: Anatomy & Palpation

 

TCU:  Therapeutic Modalities and Rehabilitation; Clinical Practicums I-IV; Clinical Competencies and Proficiencies

 

SUNY-Buffalo:  Undergraduate Biomechanics Labs

 

Education

 

University of Western Australia - PhD Candidate: Biomechanics

Current

 

State University of New York at Buffalo - M.S. Exercise Science in Biomechanics

1993

 

Texas Christian University - B.S. Kinesiological Studies, Athletic Training endorsement

1989

Professional Affiliations & Volunteer Service

 

  • Clinical Instructor - Southwestern Medical School, Division of Family Practice, Sports Medicine Fellowship, Dallas, TX.  1997-2002.

  • Committee Chair - SWATA College and University Athletic Trainers' Committee, 1997-2002

  • Committee Member - NATA College and University Athletic Trainers' Committee, 1995-2002

  • Committee Member - TCU Athletic Department Policies and Procedures Committee, 1998-2002

  • Volunteer Athletic Trainer – Iowa Special Olympics  2012, 2014

  • Volunteer Athletic Trainer – Iowa Games 1989

  • Volunteer Athletic Trainer – World University Games, 1993

  • Volunteer Athletic Trainer – Niagara Cup Gymnastics Olympic Qualifying Competition 1992

  • Volunteer Athletic Trainer – Niagara Scenics, Jr-A Hockey Team, 1992

Honors & Awards

 

  • International Postgraduate Research Scholarship - University of Western Australia, School of Human Movement and Exercise Science, 2002-2006.

  • NATA "Outstanding Service Award" 2003

  • "Horned Frog on a Mission" - Awarded to faculty member who best exemplifies TCU mission statement: "To educate ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community," January 2001

  • Neal Sealy Memorial Scholarship - awarded to the outstanding athletic trainer, TCU, 1988-1989.

Lectures, Presentations & Publications

 

  • Lage, K.J., White, S.C. and Yack, H.J.  The effects of unilateral knee                    

immobilization on lower extremity gait mechanics.                            

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Vol. 27, No. 1, 1995.

 

  • White, S.C. and Lage, K.J. Changes in joint moments due to independent     

changes in cadence and stride length during gait.                              

Human Movement Science, Vol. 12, No. 4, July 1993.

 

Presentations

 

  • Developing an Iron Supplementation Policy, Big 12 Medical Aspects of Sports Meeting, May 2012.

 

  • Challenges in Pre-Participation Examinations:  Family History of Sudden Cardiac Death, 2010 UCLA Sports Medicine Staff In-Service, Los Angeles, CA October, 2010.

 

  • Case Study:  Thoracic Outlet Syndrome in Collegiate Volleyball Player, 2009 UCLA Sports Medicine Staff In-service, Los Angeles, CA May, 2009.

 

  • Case Study:  Thoracic Syrinx in Collegiate Rower, 2009 UCLA Sports Medicine Staff In-service, Los Angeles, CA April 2009.

 

  • Case Study:  Incidental Finding of Splenic Cyst in a Collegiate Volleyball Player, 2009 UCLA Sports Medicine Staff In-service, Los Angeles, CA  April 2009.

 

  • Current Issues for the College ATC, Session Moderator, 2001 NATA 53rd Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, Dallas, TX, June 19-23, 2001.

 

  • Auscultation of the Heart and Lungs, Clinical Instruction presented at Competencies in Athletic Training Workshop, 2000 SWATA Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, Arlington, TX, July 20-21, 2000.

 

  • Biomechanical Gait Assessment, Clinical Instruction presented at Competencies in Athletic Training Workshop, 1999 SWATA Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, Arlington, TX, July 27, 1999.

 

  • Head, Neck and Face Injuries, presented at Competencies in Athletic Training Workshop, 1998 SWATA Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, Arlington, TX, July 25 1998.

 

  • Shoulder Evaluation, Clinical Instruction presented at Competencies in Athletic Training Workshop, 1996 SWATA Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, Arlington, TX, July, 1996.

 

  • Risk Management Issues Facing Collegiate Athletic Trainers, Session Moderator, NATA 47th Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, Orlando, FL, June 14, 1996.

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