The Steadman Athletic Training Residency Program started in 1996 and is one of the oldest and most recognized athletic training residency programs in the nation. Since the program's inception over 70 athletic trainers have graduated from the program. Graduates from the program have careers in a variety of settings, with the majority acting as physician extenders. The fellowship program begins in July of each year and graduation is at the end of July the following year. Athletic training fellows will rotate with each of our physicians during the year, working alongside them in clinic. The fellowship also offers opportunity to observe and be trained to assist in the operating room. Other benefits of the program include; weekly lectures presented by nationally and internationally acclaimed researchers and physicians, unique sports coverage including skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, trail running, and work with US Olympic athletes, a season ski and golf pass, and health benefits. The program's educational components are geared directly towards athletic trainers that have a strong drive to increase their evaluation and diagnostic skills in orthopaedics. We look for candidates that take strong initiative to further their education with evidence based medicine along with professional growth in athletic training. Applicants are required to have a Master's degree with 1-2 years of certified experience (please visit the application requirements).
The program is overseen by the Fellowship Program Director, Brandie Martin MS, ATC, OTC and by the ATC Fellowship Medical Director Dr. Thomas O. Clanton.