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Mike Wild

Job Title

  • Instructor in Human Kinetics and Applied Health Science
    Athletic Training, College of Arts and Sciences

Highlight

Athletic Training, Anatomy, Clinical Practice

Started at Bethel

2016

Education

  • Daemen College - B.S. in Health Care Studies, 2011
  • Daemen College - M.S. in Athletic Training, 2012

Biography

Wild came to Bethel in the fall of 2016 as an Instructor in Human Kinetics and Applied Health Science with a focus on Athletic Training. Previously, he was at Daemen College in Buffalo, NY, providing medical oversight of the Men's Soccer and Track and Field teams and developed a passion for treating overuse injuries. Furthermore, Wild served as a preceptor, taught a Psychosocial course, and assisted with teaching Athletic Training Graduate (Gross) Anatomy. Prior to Daemen, he spent one year at Houghton College.

A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Performance Enhancement Specialist (NASM/PES), Mike enjoys integrating strength and conditioning principles into rehab sessions.

Courses Taught

Graduate (Gross) Anatomy, Psychosocial Aspects of Athletic Training, CPR/AED/First Aid

Awards

Daemen College Alumni Senior Leadership and Service Award, 2011

University at Buffalo Football Athletic Training Student of the Year, 2011

Presentations

Masters Thesis Presentation: Assessment of Non-Athletic Training Management Responsibility of Certified Athletic Trainers in the Collegiate Setting.

Certificates and Licenses

BOC Certified Athletic Trainer

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

Performance Enhancement Specialist (NASM/PES)

Registered Athletic Trainer, MN Board of Medical Practice

New York State Registration Certification

National Provider Identifier (NPI): 1710390562

Graston Technique® Trained (M1)                                                        

First Aid/CPR/AED - Instructor (Red Cross) 

Hobbies and Interests

Outdoors, Mountain Biking, Snowboarding, Skiing

Teaching specialty

Athletic Training, Anatomy, Clinical Practice

Teaching specialty

Athletic Training, Anatomy, Clinical Practice

Quote

Don't ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive. -Howard Thurman