Amanda Moran ATC, LMT
Amanda Moran, ATC, LMT joined Performance as an Athletic Trainer and Licensed Massage Therapist in 2011. Amanda works at the Providence clinic, the East Providence High School outreach for athletic training services, and as a Per Diem athletic trainer for Brown Men’s Rugby Club.
Amanda received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine from Quinnipiac University and became a Board-Certified Athletic Trainer in 2004. Amanda went on to earn her associate degree in Massage Therapy from CCRI in 2006. In 2004 Amanda joined the National Athletic Trainer’s Association and in 2007 She became a Rhode Island state licensed Athletic Trainer.
In 2009 Amanda also became a RI state License Massage Therapist, joined the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, and became an American Massage Therapy Association Member. Amanda also helped the East Providence High School receive the 1st team Safe School Sport award (May 2016-2019). Most recently, she completed the Performance leadership program.
As an athletic trainer, Amanda specializes in the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of sports injuries. She also specializes in concussion management for her student-athletes. This includes baseline testing, evaluation of concussions, recommendations for return to sports, learning for the classroom and functional exertion testing before a full return to sport.
During high school, Amanda fractured her ankle playing softball. Although she never needed physical therapy during her recovery, she became interested in rehabilitation which led her into the field of athletic training.
In her free time, Amanda likes cooking new recipes, reading, and for over 10 years, she has participated in the MS 150 bike ride raising money for multiple sclerosis.
Amanda recommends to her student-athletes not to hide their injuries because getting treatment early can reduce the need for time off the field.
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