Austin Goss, LAT, ATC

Location: HealthActions – Troy

Education Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science, Athletic Training,  2017
    • Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC
  • Master of Arts, Physical Education, with a concentration in Exercise Science/Athletic Training, 2019
    • The University of West Alabama, Livingston, ALCPR/First Aid Certified

      Licensed and Certified Athletic Trainer

      Mental Health First Aid Certified

      Approved Clinical Instructor

  • NCAA Division I and Division II experience
  • Vanderbilt: SEC Football- Student Athletic Trainer
  • Coordinated and collaborated with physicians and surgeons both in and out of the operating room.
  • Facilitated rehab programs and return to play protocols for optimal performance on the field.
  • NC State: Pre-season Football- Student Athletic Trainer
  • Worked alongside nutritionist, physicians and other staff athletics to help optimize sports performance and decrease the risk of heat illness/ injuries during pre-season football.
  • University of West Alabama: Women’s Soccer (primary), Clinic and High School Outreach- Certified Athletic Trainer
  • Full-time Women’s Soccer Athletic Trainer for 2 years.
  • High School Friday football and basketball game coverage.
  • Worked in UWA clinic providing care to the general population, creating rehab plans, working alongside physicians, reading X-rays and providing treatment.
  • Newberry College: Football, wrestling, Men’s & Women’s Basketball, Women’s Soccer- Student Athletic Trainer
  • Coordinated with staff and physical therapy to provide care to a big umbrella of athletes, specializing in patient education and time management.
  • Completed rotations at three different High School settings: Franklin County High School, AC Reynolds High School, Hendersonville High School
  • Completed rotations with Cherokee EMS which included emergency care experience at homes, hospitals, sporting events, and ambulances
  • Completed rotation with University health services which entailed treating students with orthopedic and general medical conditions.