Jaime joined the Athletic Medicine staff at the University of Minnesota as the Athletic Trainer for the Women's Hockey team along with sport oversight of the Men's and Women's tennis teams and All Girl cheer in 2014. Jaime also completed two years as the Graduate Assistant for Minnesota with sport coverage of the Women's Softball team and earned her Masters of Education in Applied Kinesiology during that time.
A native of Michigan, Jaime earned her Bachelors in Communications from Spring Arbor University in 2008 before entering a two year Entry Level Master's program at the University of Arkansas to study Athletic Training. After earning her Masters of Science and becoming a certified athletic trainer in 2010, she completed a yearlong internship at Appalachian State University and worked with the Women's Softball and Cheer teams. While her husband was receiving training for a new job in South Carolina, Jaime worked at West Florence High School and provided coverage for all fall sports before being relocated to Minnesota in 2011. Jaime briefly worked at Bethel University in St Paul, MN with the Men's Hockey and Women's Softball teams along with teaching two courses and serving as an approved clinical instructor to the accredited Athletic Training Education Program before beginning her graduate assistant-ship with the University of Minnesota in 2012.
She holds certifications in Graston Technique and Active Release Therapy.
Jaime currently resides in Eden Prairie, MN with her husband Ben and son Graham
Clinical Interests:Mental HealthManual Therapy
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