Jay Bowers, ATC, CSCS
Jay Bowers was born and raised in Lancaster, South Carolina.
He received his Bachelor degree in Sports Medicine in 2001 from Erskine College in Due West, South Carolina.
He is currently a licensed Athletic Trainer in Ohio and Kentucky.
After graduating from college Jay moved to Spartanburg, South Carolina where he served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Wofford College for 2 years.
He soon enrolled at the Gardner-Webb University where he stared a degree in Sport Science and Pedagogy, currently put on hold.
While at Wofford Jay was also able to work with the Carolina Panthers
during their summer camps that were held at the Main campus.
During the Academic year of 03-04 Jay
moved up to Clarksville, Ohio to pursue a job in Outdoor Education at Joy Outdoor Education Center
During the school year he
was able to teach the participants that visited the site the wonders of the outdoors.
taught them about herpetology, ornithology, etc.
This was a short lived trip to Ohio.
time in Cincinnati, Jay
wife moved back down south to Aiken, South Carolina.
Where there he worked as a clinical outreach Athletic trainer for Sports Plus Physical Therapy.
During this time he
aided in the formation of an athletic training program at Silver Bluff High School
also provided coverage for athletic events in the community and aided in the formation of a Football Strength and Conditioning Camp to be held the summer of '05.
Following a move back to Cincinnati, Jay joined Cincinnati Sportsmedicine in 2005 as a staff Athletic Trainer at the Northern Kentucky location.
He is the Athletic Trainer for Dixie Heights High School.
In the field, he
loves the Emergency medicine of Athletic training.
In the clinic, he
enjoys the challenge of managing all types of orthopedic and sports-related injuries.
spare time, Jay
enjoys spending time with his
wife Kellie and friends.
has always loved to watch, play, and discuss almost any sport, but is partial to Professional Football and Baseball.
is also an avid movie goer.
loves to decompress by working on his
pen and ink skill and reading.