Josh Freeman

MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS | Assistant Athletic Trainer

Josh Freeman MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Josh Freeman, a native of Anderson, IN, joined the Stanford Athletic Training staff in September 2018 as an Assistant Athletic Trainer. Previous to Stanford, he spent a year at St. Vincent Sports Performance as an Outreach Athletic Trainer, and two years at the University of Notre Dame as an Assistant Athletic Trainer. Prior to that, he worked as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Indiana University, where he completed his Masters’ degree in Athletic Training in 2015. Josh received his undergraduate degree from Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, IN.

Josh’s primary sport responsibilities are with the Men’s and Women’s Cross-Country and Track and Field teams.

EDUCATION:

  • Indiana Wesleyan University 2012
  • Indiana University 2015

BOC CERTIFICATION: May 2012 

ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) 2012
  • Functional Movement Screen 2013
  • Graston Technique M-1 2013
  • Active Release Therapy 2015

MEMBERSHIPS:

  • NATA Member in Good Standing

CLINICAL SPECIALTIES/AREAS OF FOCUS/TRAINING:

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

PUBLICATIONS and LECTURES

  • “The Impact of Lower Extremity Differences in Functional Movement Screen Performance and Ground Contact Time in Trained Endurance Runners” – Presented at NATA National Symposium, June 2016
Stanford Sports Medicine