Justin Fegley, ma, vatl, atc



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Justin Fegley, MA, VATL, ATC


5852 Westwater Ct.  Centreville, VA 20121  Phone: 570-691-5884  Email: jfegley@gmu.edu

EDUCATION

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill August 2013-May 2015

Graduation: Master of Arts

Major: Exercise and Sport Science (CAATE Post-Professional Athletic Training Program)

Master of Arts Thesis: Association Between Active Motor Threshold, EMG Onset Times, and GRF Rate of Loading During Gait in Patients With Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction


Millersville University of Pennsylvania August 2009-May 2013

Graduation: Bachelor of Science

Major: Biology GPA: 3.91
West Chester University of Pennsylvania August 2009-May 2013

Graduation: Bachelor of Science



Major: Athletic Training GPA: 4.0

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

George Mason University August 2015-Present Assistant Athletic Trainer
Responsibilities:

  • Athletic Trainer for men's & women's volleyball and men's & women's tennis programs

  • Responsible for daily management of Recreation and Athletic Complex Athletic Training Room

  • Responsible for the evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries for student-athletes utilizing evidence-based practice models

  • Developing warm-ups, rehabilitation, injury prevention, and return to play protocols

  • Conducting pre-participation physical examinations

  • Conducting MTBI baseline screenings (ImPACT) and utilizing SCAT 3, BESS, VOMS, and vestibular occulomotor rehabilitation for management of MTBIs

  • Utilizing Fusionetics movement screening to identify pathological movement patterns and to develop corrective exercise programs

  • Daily communication with coaching staff regarding student-athletes' participation status, practice modifications, and rehab progressions

  • Daily communication with strength and conditioning staff to make modifications to student-athlete workouts, develop injury prevention plans, and develop return to play progressions

  • Updating policies and procedures manual and emergency/pathology management protocols

  • Ordering protective equipment

  • Covering home and away practices and competitions

  • Assisting with summer coverage of men's basketball

  • Hosting visiting team athletic trainers for home events

  • Coordinating student-athlete appointments with team physicians and specialists

  • Attending student-athlete appointments to better develop plan of care

  • Communication with health insurance providers to determine student-athletes' coverage for procedures

  • Fabricating protective braces and splints for injury prevention

  • Utilizing Injury Zone injury tracking software for accurate documentation of medical records

  • Communicating daily injury reports to respective coaching staffs, team physicians, and support staff

  • Preceptor to undergraduate athletic training students in the CAATE accredited program



University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill August 2013-May 2015

Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer
Responsibilities:

  • Athletic Trainer for women's volleyball and men's lacrosse programs

  • Responsible for the evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries for student-athletes utilizing evidence-based practice models

  • Developing rehabilitation, injury prevention, and return to play protocols

  • Conducting pre-participation physical examinations

  • Conducting concussion baseline screenings (SAC/BESS)

  • Utilizing Fusionetics movement screening to identify pathological movement patterns and to develop corrective exercise programs

  • Coordinating PRIME testing for ACL-R patients and utilizing the testing results to develop corrective exercise programs

  • Covering home and away practices and competitions; hosted 2014 NCAA Volleyball 1st and 2nd rounds and 2015 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse 1st Round

  • Coordinating student-athlete appointments with physicians, physical therapists, and nutritionists

  • Transporting student-athletes to physician appointments and reporting results to athletic training staff

  • Coverage of UNC Campus Recreation Intramurals and Club Sports

  • Fabricating protective braces and splints for injury prevention

  • Utilized NEXXT injury tracking software for accurate documentation of medical records

  • Communicating daily injury reports to respective coaching staffs, team physicians, and support staff

  • Preceptor to undergraduate athletic training students in the CAATE accredited program


Campus Health Physical Therapy Rotation January 2014-December 2014
Responsibilities:

  • Worked as an athletic trainer under the supervision of a campus health physical therapist

  • Responsible for the evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries for general population students and university employees

  • Developing at home rehabilitation programs for patients

  • Communication with patients' treating physician to determine the best treatment plan

  • Counseling patients on safe return to activity progressions

  • Utilized eClinicalWorks for accurate documentation of medical records


Millersville University of Pennsylvania August 2009-May 2013

Athletic Training Student
Responsibilities:

  • Semester long clinical rotations with men's basketball, football,

  • Semester long clinical rotation at Conestoga Valley High School

  • Aiding with daily evaluation and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and creating appropriate rehabilitation programs under supervision of staff athletic trainer

  • Maintaining an accurate and up-to-date report of all injuries, treatments and rehabilitation exercises

  • Regular assistance in maintaining the inventory of athletic training room supplies and equipment

  • Assisted with coverage of all Millersville University athletic teams on a as needed basis



Camps/Competitions

  • George Mason University Women's Soccer Camps: May 2016-Present

  • Atlantic 10 Track and Field Championships: May 7-8, 2016

  • Atlantic Coast Conference Track and Field Championships: April 19, 2014

  • Breschi Youth Box Lacrosse Sunday League: February 2014-March 2014, January 2015-February 2015

  • Tar Heel Lacrosse Camps December 2013-January 2015

  • UNC Football Athletic Training Game Day Assistant: 2013 and 2014 seasons

  • Keystone State Games: August 2, 2012- August 5, 2012

  • Millersville Women’s Basketball Team Camp: July 27-29, 2012

  • Big 33 Football Classic: June 10-16, 2012

  • College Rugby 7’s Championships: June 1-3, 2012

  • Special Olympics Eastern Spring Sectional: May 5, 2012, May 4, 2013

  • Pennsylvania Farm Show Circuit Finals Rodeo: January 13, 2012, January 12, 2013

  • Millersville Metrics Track Meet : April 10, 2011, April 7, 2012

  • Shorty Hitchcock Memorial Classic Wrestling Tournament: January 16, 2011, January 15, 2012, January 14, 2013

  • Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis: December 2010, December 2011, December 2012



Responsibilities: provided medical coverage for the athletes that participated in the above events

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill August 2013-May 2015

Exercise and Sport Science Teaching Assistant

    • Courses Taught:

      • Exercise and Conditioning (Fall 2013)

      • Weight Training (Fall 2013, Spring 2014)

      • Intermediate Jogging (Fall 2014)

      • Beginning Jogging (Spring 2015)


Responsibilities:

      • Instructing undergraduate students through class time physical activity

      • Educating students about personal health and exercise techniques

      • Conducting health and fitness labs

      • Proctoring final examinations

      • Grading online assignments and quizzes

      • Identifying students with potential mental health disorders



PRESENTATIONS


  • 2016 NATA Convention Free Communication Oral Presentation: June 25, 2016

    • Quadriceps Active Motor Threshold Does Not Associate with Kinetic Asymmetries During Walking Gait in Individuals with Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

  • UNC Athletic Training Observer Inservice: March 2, 2015

    • Muscle Strains in Athletics

  • Annual UNC Sports Medicine Seminar: February 28, 2015

    • Jones Fracture in a Division One Men's Lacrosse Player: Case Study

  • UNC Emergency Management and Lacrosse Equipment Removal: September 8, 2014 and January 19, 2015

  • LFIT Exercise and Conditioning Workshop Leader: August 14, 2014

    • Effective Teaching Strategies

  • LLATA Student Symposium: July 31, 2012

    • Lumbar Disc Herniation in a Division Two Men's Basketball Player: Case Study

  • Millersville Athletic Training Club Case Study Symposium: April 14, 2011

    • Millersville University Dual Degree Athletic Training Program



VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE


  • Students Helping Honduras Service Trip: May 21-30, 2015

  • Developed Questions for 2015 Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association Symposium Quiz Bowl

  • Concussion Baseline Testing at Northwood High School: August 5, 2014

  • Millersville University Admitted Student Expo: April 13, 2013

  • Breast-a-Ville Breast Cancer Awareness Event: October 9, 2012

  • Millersville Superfest: April 19-20, 2012

  • Millersville University Relay For Life: April 8, 2011

  • Boy Scout Troop 611: January 2002-October 2008 (Eagle Scout: October 2008)

    • Junior Assistant Scout Master: June 2007-October 2008

    • Senior Patrol Leader: June 2006-June 2007

    • Patrol Leader: June 2003-June 2006



RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Men’s Lacrosse Biosystems X2 Patch Study: January 2015-May 2015

CAMPUS LEADERSHIP

Millersville University Athletic Training Club

President: January 2012-May 2013

    • Responsible for planning events, meetings, and fundraisers, as well as preparing the budget for the club


Vice-President: August 2011-December 2011

    • Responsible for assisting the president with planning events and fundraisers


Treasurer: October 2010-May 2011

    • Responsible for establishing the club’s banking accounts and keeping track of the club’s finances


Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Society Student Sub-Committee

Millersville University Representative: October 2012-May 2013
Millersville University Wrestling Team: 2009-2010

Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Scholar Athlete: 2010


PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS AND TRAINING

  • Virginia Board of Medicine Licensed Athletic Trainer (#0126002458): September 2015-Present

  • Board of Certification Certified Athletic Trainer (Certification # 2000014421): July 2013-Present

  • North Carolina Licensed Athletic Trainer (License # 2340): August 2013-January 2016

  • National Provider Identifier (NPI #1467832709): June 2015-Present

  • ImPACT Trained Athletic Trainer (ITAT): December 2015-Present

  • George Mason ATEP Preceptor Training: November 9, 2015

  • GrastonTechnique ® M1– Basic Training: December 2013

  • UNC-CH ATEP Preceptor Training: September 22, 2013

  • American Heart Association Professional Rescuer: October 2011-Present



PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • National Athletic Trainers’ Association(#55236): April 2012-Present

  • Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Association: January 2016-Present

  • Virginia Athletic Trainers' Association: January 2016-Present

  • College Athletic Trainers' Society: October 2015-Present

  • Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association: April 2012-December 2015

  • Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Society: April 2012-December 2015


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