25 Years of Experience in Sports Medicine
Geordie has been practicing sports medicine and performance for over 25 years. During this time, he has worn many “hats”. In his first job, when people describe a triple threat, he was a quintuple (Head Athletic Trainer, Assistant Athletic Director, Dorm Director, PE teacher, and coach).
While in grad school at Arizona School of Health Sciences (ASHS) he clinically rotated at collegiate and professional settings, taught anatomy & physiology with a cadaver lab for Arizona School of Massage Therapy, and contributed to the literature with research and educational books.
While at STI Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, he worked in a dual appointment role: providing Athletic Training Services, while providing coverage for the Phoenix Caliente and Talons.
Founded GCU’s Strength & Conditioning Program
Finally, while at GCU, he founded the Strength & Conditioning program, expanded/designed facilities from 1 to 5, and grew the staff from 2 to 10 within the Athletic Training department. Geordie took GCU through the D1 reclassification process and has served on many committees, designing and applying Covid policies, all while maintaining the health care of intercollegiate athletes. In conclusion, a man of many hats.
Athlete, Man of Faith, and Family Man
Currently, he enjoys practicing his faith, family time, and mountain biking.