Holly Fisher grew up in Seaside, Oregon and went on to major in exercise sport and science with an emphasis in athletic training. She graduated from Oregon State University in 2006. Holly later graduated from the University of Utah in 2008 with a Master of Science degree in exercise physiology. She worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer and with the University of Utah’s track and field teams during her studies. She has been certified through the National Athletic Training Association (NAT A) since 2006, and is registered athletic trainer in the state of Oregon.
Holly has worked with the Olympic Development Program boys’ soccer program and traveled across the United States as well as to Costa Rica as their athletic trainer. Holly worked with Oregon State University’s women’s cross country and track teams. Holly currently works at Beaver Sports Medicine and with athletes at Linn Benton Community College. At Beaver Sports Medicine her primary responsibilities are pre and post-operative rehabilitation, fitting of braces and casting.
Holly’s interests include photography and traveling. She serves on the committee for Girls on the Run in Willamette Valley. Holly is married with two kids. Her husband and family own a local auto repair business in Corvallis.
Spring Term 2015
PE158 Care & Prevention of Athletics Injuries
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