Natalia Reynaga, a San Diego, California native, has been brought on to The George Washington Sport Medicine staff as an Athletic Trainer for the Cross Country and Track teams. She earned her Bachelor degree in Kinesiology-Exercise Science at the California State University of San Bernardino in 2011. While attending the university, she volunteered with CSUSB athletics, San Bernardino Valley College, and The Sports Medicine Clinic in Riverside in order to accumulate athletic training hours towards a master degree.
Reynaga was accepted into the Master of Athletic Training program at Texas Tech University Health Science Center in Lubbock, Texas. She did her clinical rotations with Lubbock High School, Texas Tech football and two seasons with the Texas Tech Track and Field teams. She received her Masters degree in Athletic Training in 2012.
After becoming nationally certified and a state licensed Athletic Trainer, Natalia was hired as the Track and Field Athletic Trainer for Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. Her two year stay allowed her to gain self-assurance in her work while handling a 100 athlete roster with NCAA champions and Olympic potentials.
Natalia strives to continue her education as her latest certifications include Graston Technique certification and Corrective Exercise Specialist.