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Curtis Simondet joined the Athletic Medicine staff at the University of Minnesota as an Assistant Athletic Trainer working with Gopher Wrestling, while overseeing Baseball and Softball in September of 2016. Prior to joining the staff he spent 6 seasons as a Minor League Athletic Trainer with the Minnesota Twins Baseball Club. He finished his time there with the Low A affiliate in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Curtis also spent his off seasons at Sports and Orthopedics Specialists in Edina, MN.
A graduate from the University of Minnesota – Duluth in 2009 with a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training and a minor in Psychology. He then went on to St. Cloud State University to get a Masters of Science in Sports Medicine with a focus on Biomechanics. His thesis project was about the effects of traumatic brain injuries and neurocognitive disorders later in life. While at St. Cloud State he was a graduate assistant with his primary sport coverage being wrestling, but also worked with football, soccer, and softball.
Curtis holds certifications in M1 Graston Technique ®, Functional Movement Screening level 1, Selective Functional Movement Assessment level 1, and American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Provider.
Curtis currently resides in Minneapolis with his wife Alyse.
Management of upper extremity injuries (Return to throw programs, overhead athlete)
Patellar Femoral Conditions
Johnson Is Minnesota's Breakout Star
10/17/2017 - Football
Tyler Johnson is putting up numbers that could rival some of the best sophomore receivers in Minnesota history.
Love The Battle: Kristen Quaglia
10/17/2017 - W. Gymnastics
In this week's Love the Battle story Kristen Quaglia talks about sticking through some tough years to achieve her dream of competing at the collegiate level for the University of Minnesota.
Groundbreaking for T&F Stadium Set for Friday
10/17/2017 - M. Track & Field
The University of Minnesota and Gopher Athletics will break ground on the new outdoor track & field facility on Friday, Oct. 20, at 11 a.m. CT.