Blaire Wyatt is in her third year as an Assistant Athletic Trainer as she was appointed to the position in August 2015. She previously served as a graduate assistant for nearly two years with Trinity sports medicine.
Blaire also worked as an independent contractor for Sports Medicine Associates of San Antonio. She was extensively involved with high-profile athletics events in the San Antonio area.
She earned a Master of Science degree in athletic training from Texas State University in May 2015. Blaire wrote her graduate thesis on the relationship between diaphragmatic breathing and lumbo pelvic control in physically active patients with and without lower back pain. She presented her thesis project as a speaker at the 2016 National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) Conference. Blaire plans on publishing her thesis on a future date.
Blaire completed her undergraduate studies at Missouri State University in 2013 where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in sports medicine and athletic training. Her minor at Missouri State was in biomedical sciences.
She is a licensed athletic trainer in Texas and is a National Academy of Sports Medicine Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES). In addition to membership in NATA, Blaire has credentials from the Board of Certification for Athletic Trainers.
Blaire holds a number of certifications, including in the Graston Technique, which enables clinicians to detect scar tissue and restrictions which affect normal function. She is also skilled in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA).