Courtney Meyer, a native of Fenton, MO, joined the Stanford Athletic Training staff in July 2018 as a member of the Advanced Post Graduate Athletic Training program. Previous to Stanford she spent a year as the Head Athletic Trainer at Quincy University. During her time at Quincy University Courtney served as the coordinator of billing and insurance and acted as a preceptor for Southern Illinois University (SIU) Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, while providing primary coverage of various NCAA DII teams.
Prior to Quincy University, she spent 2 years as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at West Texas A&M where she provided primary coverage for Men’s Soccer. Her experiences also include working as an outreach athletic trainer for the Sports Medicine Training Center in Crestwood, MO.
Courtney received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Truman State University in Kirksville, MO and her Master of Science in Sports and Exercise Science from West Texas A&M University in Canyon, TX.
Courtney’s primary sport responsibilities are with the Men’s Volleyball and Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive teams.
BOC CERTIFICATION: December 2014
The relationship of repetitive head trauma, mtbi, and sub concussive impacts with blood biomarkers.
Effects of exercise and sleep on ADD and ADHD
Published in 2015 in the Missouri Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance with an article titled “Effect of Kinesio Tape on Muscle Strength of the Upper Trapezius.”