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 The 2014 Baccalaureate Service will be held at 5:00 p.m., Friday, May 16 

Graduation Information (Saturday, May 17, 2014)

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Tanjanik Munford '15

Dr. Roxanne St. Martin

  • Assistant Professor of Athletic Training
  • Director, Athletic Training Education Program
  • Pre-Physical Therapy Adviser

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Education

  • Certified Athletic Trainer, 2003
  • D.P.T., University of Southern California, 1999
  • B.A., Human Performance and Kinesiology, Huntingdon College, 1994

Biography

Dr. Roxanne St. Martin photoDr. St. Martin, a member of the Huntingdon Class of 1994, returned to her alma mater as an adjunct professor before joining the full-time faculty in 2008. A Licensed Physical Therapist and Certified Athletic Trainer, she has recently embarked on a new endeavor that has allowed her to open a private practice PT clinic that provides physical therapy services to the Tri-county area. She has also taught at South University, served as facility director, staff clinician, and coordinator of clinical education at Rehab Associates in Montgomery.

Web site:http://atep.huntingdon.edu/ 

Publications
  • Prediction of superficial versus deep abdominal muscle activation during selected Pilates.  ACSM 2008 Abstract. Co-investigator.
Awards, Fellowships, Grants
  • 2008, Cambridge Who’s Who Among Executive Professional Women in Healthcare
Conference Presentations and Continuing Education
  • Treatment of the Foot Injuries- July 10, 2010- participant and presentor
  • Lower Extremity Dissection- Huntingdon College- James Paci, MD- April 12, 2010
  • Hip Dysfunction and Evaluation- Brent Barker, ATC- February 25, 2010
  • Ergogenic Aids and Supplements- Beyond the Mitchell Report- James Paci, MD- February 15, 2010
  • SEATA 3rd Biannual Educator’s Conference- February 4-6,  2010
  • Physio Medical Director’s Clinical Chat conferences- multiple topics throughout the year
  • Development of A.T.L.A.S guest lecture series for the ATEP program at Huntingdon College Ongoing guest lecture series providing up to date information on relevant issues in the field of athletic training and Allied Heath professions. Held at various dates throughout the academic year.  August 2008- present
  • Lower Extremity course- August 22-23, 2009
  • ATEO Seminar, Samford University, July 15, 2009
  • Clinical Instructor Educators Seminar- February 20, 2009
  • NATA 2009 Athletic Training Educators’ Conference- February 21-22,  2009
  • Medco Supply Co- Elbow injuries, Cervical spine injuries, Head concussions, Female athlete triad, Basic radiology concepts, Ergogenic aids- November, 2008
  • Gatorade Sports Science Institute- Should athletes stretch before exercise? Herbs and Athletes, Preventing dehydration: sports drinks or water-   November 2008
  • A.T.L.A.S. series- multiple courses- Fall 2008- Spring 2009
  • Rehabilitation of the Injured Worker, August 2008
  • Manual Therapy approach for mechanical low back pain and lumbar hypermobility, November 2007
  • Evidence based approach to evaluation and treatment of the foot and ankle, September 2007
  • Comprehensive management of the lumbar spine: Tricks and tips for PT, February 2007
  • Nutrition and Exercise, January 2007
  • Current Concepts in shoulder rehabilitation, May 2006
  • Progressive Rehabilitation of lower extremity sports injuries, December 2005 home study
  • All about Abs. Good, Bad, and Dangerous Exercises. The Final Word, February 2005
Professional Organizations
  • Alabama Board of Athletic Trainers
  • NATA– National Athletic Trainers Association
  • Alabama Board of Physical Therapy
     



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