• Alicia Cox, M.Ed.,AT,
    Sports Medicine I Instructor
    Certified American Red Cross Instructor

    Meet the Teacher...
    Mrs. Cox, commonly known as "Ms. Alicia" was born and raised as a military child (AFB) spending most of her life in  southern California. She relocated from Florida to Arizona in 2010. Mrs. Cox earned her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Tampa and her Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, with a minor concentration in Methods and Curriculum from Concordia University, Portland. She has acquired a variety of experiences in Athletic Training from the high school, collegiate, and the professional sports levels. Currently, she is studying to obtain her Ph.D in Sport and Performance Psychology through the University of the Rockies.

    Mrs. Cox has worked for the team physician for the Tampa Bay Lightning, the NFL Europe Amsterdam Admirals organization (before the league was dismantled), Division II World Series Championship team, and USA Baseball. Other sport affiliations include club volleyball, soccer, lacrosse, and rugby.
    Beyond Hamilton High...
    Mrs. Cox loves spending time with her husband, Rodney, to visit her family, (parents, brother, sister-in-law, and nephew), in Florida, spoiling her dog Drake Maestro, and traveling. Mrs. Cox attends Endurance Church of the Valley in Tempe, AZ and is actively involved with Children's Ministry, Teen Ministry and community outreach events.
     "From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked."
    (Luke 12:48)
    About the Sports Medicine I Course...
    This course will provide students with a comprehensive examination of concepts and practices associated with the area of Sports Medicine and Athletic Training. Students will be exposed to topics including history of athletic training, anatomy & physiology, prevention and treatment of athletic injuries and ailments, rehabilitation of athletic injury, first aid and CPR, and administration of an athletic training program.

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