Manuel G Romero PhD, ATC
- PhD in Athletic Training, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
Dissertation: Role Strain in Athletic Trainers Working in Professional Sports: A Mixed Method Study.
- MS in Exercise Science and Health Promotions, California University of Pennsylvania
- BS Biology, Loyola Marymount University
- HS684 Master of science in Health Science: Capstone Project
- HS615 Functional Assessment and Rehabilitation
- Munoz-Plaza, C., Pounds, D., Davis, A., Park, S., Sallis, R., Romero, M. G., & Sharp, A. L. “Get to them before they’re hurt”: Team recommendations for an ideal warm-up routine to prevent lower extremity injuries among high school basketball players. (In progress)
- Munoz-Plaza, C., Pounds, D., Davis, A., Park, S., Sallis, R., Romero, M. G., & Sharp, A. L. (2021). High School Basketball Coach and Player Perspectives on Warm-Up Routines and Lower Extremity Injuries. Sports Medicine – Open, 7(1), 34.
- Romero, M. G., Pitney, W. A., Brumels, K., & Mazerolle, S. M. (2018). Role Strain, Part 1: Experiences of Athletic Trainers Employed in the Professional Sports Setting. Journal of Athletic Training.53(2), 184–189.
- Romero, M. G., Pitney, W. A., Mazerolle, S. M., & Brumels, K. (2018). Role Strain, Part 2: Perceptions Among Athletic Trainers Employed in the Professional Practice Setting. Journal of Athletic Training. 53(2), 190–201.
- Blood Flow restriction in the Acute Rehabilitation Setting. University of the Pacific. Stockton CA. 2018.
- Injury Prevention and Corrective Exercise for Basketball. University of the Pacific. Stockton CA. 2011.