Dr. Rehberg has extensive experience as an educator and clinician. He has spent over 20 years working with athletes of all levels, from high school to Olympic competitors. His teaching experience is just as comprehensive with 18 years as an instructor in a variety of courses.
Prior to his current role as Associate Professor and Coordinator of Athletic Training Clinical Education, he was the Chief Athletic Trainer for the prestigious Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation. In addition, he spent 13 years overseeing the athletic training and sports medicine needs of 39 interscholastic athletic teams.
Jeff G. Konin, PhD, ATC, PT, FACSM
Dr. Jeff Konin is currently the Director of Athletics at Eastern Connecticut State University, in Willimantic, Connecticut. Prior to this role, he was an Associate Professor and the Vice Chair of Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine at the University of South Florida, in Tampa, FL, where he also served as the Executive Director of the Sports Medicine and Athletic Related Trauma (SMART) Institute and the Director of the Graduate Athletic Training Program.
Dr. Konin has an extensive background as a clinician, educator, administrator, author, and public speaker. Dr. Konin has worked with athletes of all levels, having began his career working with world renowned orthopaedic surgeons Dr. Jim Andrews and Dr. Larry Lemak at the prestigious Alabama Sports Medicine Center. He also directed and served as the first athletic director for sports medicine at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. In 1996, Dr. Konin was an athletic trainer for the track and field venue at the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games.
Dr. Konin has written a number of textbooks on various sports medicine related topics, and is a frequently sought after public speaker. He has presented his work and experience at conferences throughout the United States, as well as in England, Italy, Norway, Romania, Australia, and New Zealand.