OrthoMemphis Hires Three Athletic Trainers for Sports Medicine Outreach

OrthoMemphis, a division of MSK Group, P.C., announces the addition of Athletic Trainers Marty Scruggs, Justin Emmons and David Dabbs to the Sports Medicine Outreach Program.

Scruggs is the new Director of the Sports Medicine Outreach Program at OrthoMemphis, which launched in June 2009.  He and Emmons will serve as the Athletic Trainers for Christian Brothers High School.  Dabbs will work as the Athletic Trainer at Evangelical Christian School.

Scruggs received a degree in Exercise Science from the University of Memphis and became a Certified Athletic Trainer and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist in 1996.  He has worked as an Athletic Trainer at Christian Brothers High School for over 11 years.

Emmons graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology with a specialization in Athletic Training and then received his Masters degree from Oklahoma University.  He previously worked with another local orthopaedic group providing outreach to Memphis University School.

Dabbs received his degree in Athletic Training from the University of Tennessee at Martin and his certification in Athletic Training from the Campbell Clinic.  He has worked as an Athletic Trainer at Evangelical Christian School for over six years.

OrthoMemphis physicians have provided Sports Medicine Outreach physician services for these schools, White Station High School and Collierville High School.

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