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We are committed to ongoing evaluation of our Sports Medicine Program so that our student-athletes can be assured of the highest quality in sports medicine care. Furthermore, we are committed to addressing problems and concerns in a timely manner so the n...
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Sherry Kimbro, Associate Head Athletic Trainer
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Sherry Kimbro inducted into Alabama Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame
Submitted by the University of AlabamaUniversity of Alabama Associate Head Athletic Trainer Sherry Kimbro has been inducted into the Alabama Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame.Kimbro
was inducted at the Alabama Athletic Trainers State convention
in Sandestin, Fla., on May 19.Kimbro is in her 20th year at Alabama, joining the Crimson Tide's staff in September 1987.The Dickson, Tenn., native started her career as a student trainer at Austin Peay State University where she was graduated with a bachelor degree of science in education in health and physical education in August 1979.She was a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Austin Peay State from 1979-81, earning her Masters degree in education in public and community health.Upon graduation, Kimbro was hired as assistant athletic trainer and head women's trainer at the University of Miami.She left there in 1987 to become assistant athletic trainer at Alabama and was elevated to associate in 1994.
...Kimbro's many offices in her field include serving on the U.S. Olympic Sports Medicine Committee from 1987-91; secretary-treasurer of the Alabama State Association from 1992-96; representing the district and the State of Alabama in the Women Athletic Training Committee since 2003; and the Alabama Athletic Trainers Association, among others.
The 1975 graduate of Dickson County Senior High School
has won several awards in her
field prior to her
induction into the hall of fame.In 1995 she
won the Southeast Athletic Trainers' Association's
District Award for her
service and in 2001 SEATA recognized her
again with its College Athletic Trainer Award.She
25-year award from SEATA in 2004 and won a National Athletic Trainers' Association
Service Award in 2005.