Northern Michigan Sports Medicine Center is proud to be a community partner by providing Athletic Training Outreach to local high schools and various community organizations in Northern Michigan.
What is an ATC?
Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC) are health care professional who specialize in preventing, recognizing, managing and rehabilitating injuries that result from athletic activity. ATC’s possess a minimum of a BS degree from an accredited university and have successfully completed a certification exam through the NATABOC.
Facts about NMSMC ATC’s
ATC’s Areas of Expertise
Certified Athletic Trainer Contact Information
Training Room Hours
Charlevoix – Erika Edwards, AT
Cheboygan – Emily Wesolek, AT
Harbor Springs – Julie Slifka, AT
Inland Lakes – Mollie Coe, AT
Pellston – Toyo Ebato PT, AT
NMSMC has been an approved clinical internship site for Central Michigan University’s sports medicine athletic training program for over 15 years. We now have 3 clinical sites and high schools that have been approved by the CMU’s Health Professions Program to host athletic training students for their final internship. Charlevoix, Petoskey and Cheboygan.
We provide an excellent training ground for upcoming ATC’s due to our staffs expertise and specialty fields such as TMJ management, vestibular and balance training, manual therapy, incontinence, pediatrics, sport specific training, lumbar and sacral mobilization techniques.
Our students also have access to NMSMC’s outstanding sports enhancement branch which can expose them to many opportunities associated with their upcoming profession.
In addition to Central Michigan University, we also have hosted students for summer internships and observational opportunities from the following universities:
If you are interested in having NMSMC provide athletic training coverage for your school, athletic team or event please contact our Athletic Training Coordinator: