Profile: Cindy Trowbridge

Professor and Athletic Trainer

Cindy Trowbridge PhD, ATC, LAT, CSCS has been a certified athletic trainer since 1993 and has worked in clinical, educational, and research settings. She came to UT-Arlington in August 2004 and serves as an associate professor and clinical educational coordinator for the athletic training education program (ATEP). Currently, Cindy is actively engaged in research on the clinical effectiveness of therapeutic modalities including diathermy, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and cryotherapy. She has presented several therapeutic modality abstracts at national conferences and continues to publish data related to her work. She is also participating in collaborative research on concussion education and youth sport safety.
Cindy received her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and her Masters of Science in Physical Education/Athletic Training from Indiana State University. She then served as an assistant clinical instructor and clinical athletic trainer at Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY for 7 years before returning to complete her PhD in Exercise Science with a specialization in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Brigham Young University in Provo, UT.

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Concussions: What Parents Should Know

This fall, the deaths of three high school football players were linked to direct head injuries on the field of play and one collegiate football player’s death has been potentially attributed to unresolved post concussion syndrome. Even though these athletes were football players, any sporting or recreational events can pose a risk for concussions and head injuries.

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