|Title:||Graduate Assistant Sports Medicine|
|College:||Michigan State University, 2010|
Danielle Lewis starts her second year as a graduate assistant in the sports medicine department in 2012-13. She came to Regis having completed a year of internship at University of Denver. Lewis will be in charge of volleyball and softball at Regis.
She received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich. in 2010. While serving as the athletic training student assistant at MSU, she was the head trainer for men's and women's cross country and track and field. She has also worked with football, baseball, women's soccer, and women's volleyball.
During the summers, she worked as an athletic trainer for the MSU Summer Sports Camps where she served as the on-site trainer for men's and women's hockey, football, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, and soccer.
She also did a Sports Medicine Field Study from May 12-29, 2009 in Australia where she studied topics such as alternative medicine, insurance, exercise physiology, physiotherapy, acupuncture, skill acquisition, strength and conditioning, and recovery. While in Australia, she had the opportunity to experience popular Australian sports such as surfing, cricket, rugby, and water polo. While experiencing the culture, Lewis also got to experience training in their native sports related injuries.
Lewis is certified by the National Athletic Training Association, the Great Lakes Athletic Training Association, ESTIM-Educating Student Athletic Trainers in Medicine as well as being BOC certified and Red Cross First Aid and CPR certified.