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Dr. Christina Eyers is the director of Sports Medicine and Athletic Training services for the Henry For Health Care System.
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As Manager of Athletic Training at Henry Ford Health System she oversees of over 30 athletic trainers who service over 20 teams (professional, collegiate, and high schools) in the metro-Detroit area.
About Christina Eyers
Christina completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Movement Science from the University of Michigan, holds a Master of Arts degree in Health Studies from the University of Alabama, and earned her Doctor of Education degree from Central Michigan University.
Employed at Henry Ford Health System since 2011, she is currently the Manager of Athletic Training for the Division of Orthopaedics.
Prior to this, she has worked with collegiate athletes at the University of Michigan, University of Alabama, Saginaw Valley State University, and Central Michigan University;
As well as intramural and recreational athletes at Central Michigan University; and youth soccer athletes through the US Olympic Development Program.
Christina has also held positions at Central Michigan University as an Assistant Professor and Saginaw Valley State University as Adjunct Faculty.
What Else Has Dr. Eyers done?
Christina has published and presented at the state, district, national and international levels.
She is also past President of the Michigan Athletic Trainers' Society (2009-2010), has served in leadership and committee roles with the GLATA and NATA.
Furthermore, Dr Christina Eyers is currently appointed to the State of Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs for Athletic Trainers.
And finally, serves on the Board of Directors for the NATAPAC.
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