Calling all students!
Ever wonder what it takes to be a medical provider who works with gymnasts?
Thinking of a career in medicine?
Want to network with other gymnasts and medical providers?
1. Spreading awareness about Gymnastics Medicine
2. Promote healthy and evidence-based medicine discussions about gymnastics, injuries, and career paths within Gymnastics Medicine and Sports Medicine
The Student group has two tracks:
1. Career focused: Students who want to or are thinking of going into the medical field one day and want to understand the different career paths, have mentors, learn about gymnastics medicine, and connect with other like-minded students
2. Injury focused: students who have or have had injuries and who want to connect and learn about Gymnastics specific injuries and evidence based medicine.
Become a member
Membership: We ask that as a member, you post or repost on social media once a month about gymnastics medicine
In exchange for this, student members will have:
- A minimum of 3 meetings per year with the Student Group
- Access to the Working Board Members to ask questions about the profession and network
Email to join: studentsgymna
- Sunday, February 12th at 8:15pm EST: Meet and Greet-Understanding the different professions in Gymnastics Medicine
- Sunday, April 2nd at 8:15pm EST: Reviewing over injury cases, how to approach a patient, what to expect when shadowing, and how to find someone to shadow
- Sunday, September 17th at 8:15pm EST: New school year, new goals-how can we help you achieve your gymnastics medicine goals
- Sunday, December 10th at 8:15pm EST: How do you get into Gymnastics Medicine/Sports Medicine
Student Board Members
Sarah Brownstein is a gymnast at College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA.
Reily Cannon is an osteopathic medical student at the Touro Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine in Henderson, NV.
Riley is a high school student and current gymnast from Massachusetts.