Justin Police

MS, ATC | Assistant Athletic Trainer

Justin Police MS, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Justin Police, a native of Angola, IN, joined the Stanford Athletic Training staff in July 2015 as a member of the Advanced Athletic Training Fellowship program. After successful completion of the Fellowship, in June 2017, he was promoted to Assistant Athletic Trainer. Previous to Stanford he spent 2 years as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Indiana State University, where he completed his Masters’ degree in Athletic Training. Justin received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN.

Justin’s primary sport responsibilities are with the Women’s Soccer and Women’s Water Polo Teams. In addition, Police is the Assistant Director along with Amanda Brown, under Director Tomoo Yamada of the Advanced Post-Graduate Athletic Training Program (formally know as the fellowship). He is manages Stanford Sports Medicine IT services. Outside of Stanford he is a member of the BOC Exam Writing Development Committee.

EDUCATION:

  • Indiana State University MS in Athletic Training 2015
  • Indiana University BS in Athletic Training 2013

BOC CERTIFICATION: May 2013

ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:

  • NATA Master Preceptor Level 1
  • Foundations in Dry Needling: 2018
  • KinesioTape, K1, K2 and K3: 2018
  • SFMA Level 1 2016
  • Myofascial Decompression (MFD) 2015
  • Graston Technique M-1 2014

LEADERSHIP/VOLUNTEER

  • Member of BOC Exam Development Committee as an Item Writer since 2018

MEMBERSHIPS

  • NATA Member in Good Standing

CLINICAL SPECIALTIES/AREAS OF FOCUS/TRAINING:

  • Manual Therapy
  • Biomechanical Analysis

PROFESSIONAL LECTURES:

  • “The Reliability of Methods to Measure Range of Motion at the Hip” WFATT World Congress 2015, St. Louis, MO
Stanford Sports Medicine