Our sports medicine program is dedicated to providing area athletes with
the best care possible by preventing, recognizing and managing sports
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Our Southeast Georgia Health System Sports Medicine Program provides athletic
training services to Glynn and Camden County schools as well as to the
College of Coastal Georgia. These services include practice and athletic
event coverage and daily athletic training room hours throughout the year.
In addition to our area schools, we offer our expertise to local youth
and community sports organizations. These services include:
For more information on athletic training services, call 912-466-5745 or
Our team of certified athletic trainers can provide athletic training services
for your sports team, school, special event or tournament. This gives
you immediate access to sports medicine specialists and ensures that every
athlete attending your event has the best care available for potential injuries.
Want more information on athletic trainer services, supplies and pricing?
Our Sports Medicine Team
Our sports medicine team consists of certified athletic trainers,
Beau Sasser, M.D., board-certified orthopaedic surgeon and medical director of the Sports
Medicine Program, and several sideline sports medicine providers. They
are skilled and experienced in the prevention of sports injuries and the
management of athletes' health and well-being. They also assist in
the rehabilitation of injured athletes and work with players both on and
off the field.
Becky Knor, MS ATC PES ITAT
Becky Knor, MS ATC PES ITAT, certified athletic trainer, has been with
Southeast Georgia Health System since August 2006. A Pennsylvania native,
Becky attained her undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh
in 2004. She went on to complete a Masters of Science degree in athletic
training from California University of Pennsylvania (Cal U) in 2006. While
at Cal U, she obtained a Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) certification
through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and served as a graduate
assistant at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, PA. In
2015, Becky completed her certification as an ImPact Trainer Athletic
Trainer (ITAT). While part of the Southeast Georgia Sports Medicine team,
Becky has served as athletic trainer at McIntosh County Academy as well
as the College of Coastal Georgia. Becky currently specializes in concussion
management and ACL return to play rehabilitation. She is also the program
coordinator for Southeast Georgia Health System’s Board of Certification
Approved Provider Continuing Education Program.
Chantal has been a certified athletic trainer for the Southeast Georgia
Health System Sports Medicine department since 2007. A native of West
Palm Beach, Florida, Chantal attained her undergrad degree at Florida
State University, majoring in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Athletic
Training. In addition to her experience at the Health System, Chantal
has also worked with athletic training programs at Florida Atlantic University
and Tallahassee Community College.
As a certified athletic trainer with the Health System, Chantal offers
injury prevention, management, rehabilitation and education to students
in all sports to Brunswick High School athletes. In addition, she is in
her ninth year of leading the Health System’s Student Athletic Trainer
Aide Program and summer camp, a program geared toward high school students
who are interested in pursuing a career in sports medicine.
Grant Ream, certified athletic trainer, is a great addition to the Southeast
Georgia Health System Sports Medicine department and the Frederica Academy
community. He comes from a small town in Indiana. With a passion for athletics,
Grant pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training at Indiana
Wesleyan University (IWU) where he played baseball. After graduating from
IWU in 2010, he then completed his Master of Science degree in Health
and Kinesiology at Purdue University. During his graduate schooling, he
was a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer as well as a Personal Trainer
serving many student athletes and faculty in the Purdue community. Outside
of his experiences at Purdue, he was an outreach Athletic Trainer working
with multiple high schools.
From his college experiences and variety of professional opportunities,
Grant has a passion for serving others. Whether they are students, athletes,
coaches, parents or teachers, he believes one of the greatest aspects
about being an Athletic Trainer is the chance to reach out to and invest
in so many people.
For more information about our sports medicine program and athletic trainer
services, please call us at 912-466-5745.
Dr. Beau Sasser's Sports Medicine Blog
This online forum is dedicated to educating the community on current sports
medicine practices. Blog followers enjoy a wide range of sports medicine
topic discussions, including tips on healthy living, training tips for
a 5K and the impact athletic trainers have on the safety and health of
Dr. Sasser specializes in sports medicine and also serves as medical director
of the Southeast Georgia Health System Sports Medicine department.
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