Emily Strobino
Emily Strobino
Title: Athletic Trainer
Organization: Jefferson Community College
City: Watertown
State: NY
ZIP Code: 13601
Country: United States
Phone: 315-786-2400
Phone: 704-724-4531
Email: estrobino@sunyjefferson.edu

I received my Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Lenoir-Rhyne 

University and graduated Magna Cum Laude.   I received my Master of Education 

in Athletic Training from University of Virginia, where I did my Masters thesis on

"Gender Differences in Lower Extremity Force Output, Power, and Dynamic 

Balance after Aerobic Exercise." 


I was a graduate assistant at Virginia Military Institute and primarily worked with 

men's lacrosse.  I worked in PT clinics in Virginia Beach for 4 years and was a Sports 

Performance Coordinator.  I was the Head Athletic Trainer at Smithfield High School 

in Smithfield, VA for 2 years.  Most recently I worked for Augusta University where I

worked in the Sports Medicine Clinic and was the Head Athletic Trainer at Augusta 

Preparatory Day School for the last two years.


Some of my career highlights include getting to work with so many amazing 

student-athletes and watching them go on to achieve so many great things in and 

out of athletics.  I would definitely say the thing I enjoy most is being able to help

someone go from one of their worst days (injury) and helping them return to the 

sport or activity they love.  Many athletes I've gotten to work with have become D1 

athletes, but I've also worked with people of all skill levels and ages to achieve their 

best, too. I have had the chance to be able to work with a variety of professional

athlete's through sports performance and combines.  I've worked 2 Ironman races and 

various full and half marathons.  I've also had the pleasure of working with many 

amazing coaches, families, support staff, and other medical professionals.  Having the

chance to work with physicians, nurses, physical therapists, strength coaches and other

athletic trainers has really helped my professional development.