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Athletic Training Staff

Tel: 978-232-2445
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Abbey Wirtz

Abbey Cahill, MS, LAT, ATC, PES
Associate Head Athletic Trainer

Abbey Cahill begins her eighth year at Endicott College and her fourth as an Associate Head Athletic Trainer. Abbey received a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training in 2008 from Boston University. She received a Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2010 from Northeastern University where she completed a graduate assistantship within the Athletic Training department. During her studies at Northeastern, Abbey gained a wealth of knowledge and clinical experience centered on cardiac stress testing and cardiac rehabilitation. Abbey is an adjunct professor within the Athletic Training and Exercise Science undergraduate programs at Endicott. She will be teaching the junior level Clinical Education courses and the freshmen level Medical Terminology course within the Athletic Training program. She is also teaching the Senior Internship class for Exercise Science students in the fall. Abbey is also trained as a preceptor for the athletic training students during their clinical rotations. Abbey is certified as a CPR Instructor through the American Heart Association, has her PES certification and is a Graston M1 Provider. Abbey is a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association and is a licensed athletic trainer by the Massachusetts Board of Allied Health.


James Daley, MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS, PES, CSS
Associate Head Athletic Trainer 

James Daley has been a member of the Athletic Training staff at Endicott since 2012. While overseeing the Department of Athletic Training, he is the coordinator of care for the Endicott football, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and men's basketball teams.  James received his Bachelor of Science degree Exercise & Sport Science from Colby-Sawyer and his Master of Science in Health Science & Sport Science from California University of Pennsylvania.  He has served as an assistant athletic trainer at both California University of Pennsylvania and UNC Pembroke and has student athletic training experience at Colby-Sawyer and Saint Anselm.  Daley has also worked with the New England Patriots and the Boston Athletic Association.  He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and is certified by numerous sports medicine organizations.    

Jenn Concannon, MS, LAT, ATC
Athletic Trainer

Jenn Concannon begins her fourth year at Endicott as an Assistant Athletic Trainer. Concannon graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Athletic Training from Westfield State University in 2012. Jenn received her Masters of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2014, while working as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for Smith College. Concannon has also served as the Secretary for the Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts since 2013. She is a member of the NATA, EATA, and ATOM and licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Allied Health.


Jon Williams, MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS
Athletic Trainer, Strength & Conditioning Coach

Jon Williams begins his fourth year at Endicott as an Assistant Athletic Trainer and second as a strength and conditioning coach. In addition to being a certified athletic trainer and certified strength and conditioning specialist, Williams is also a USA weightlifting sport performance coach and has taken courses in Active Release Techniques and the Postural Restoration Institute. In the summer of 2016, Williams gave a presentation for Precision Athletic Training on Injury Prevention and Return to Play Considerations. Prior to Endicott, Williams spent two years as an assistant athletic trainer at UMass Lowell working primarily with the baseball and men’s soccer programs. Williams graduated from Quinnipiac University in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine.  He previously worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer the University of Mississippi where he graduated with a Master’s of Science degree in Exercise Physiology in 2012.

Kelsey Taylor, MS, LAT, ATC
Athletic Trainer

Kelsey Taylor begins her third year at Endicott as Assistant Athletic Trainer. Taylor received her Bachelor's of Science degree in Athletic Training from Boston University in 2010, and her Masters of Science degree in Exercise Science and Health promotion from California University of PA in 2011. She also holds an additional graduate degree in Nutrition and Dietetic Studies from Simmons College, which was completed in 2015. Taylor has worked as an athletic trainer at a variety of levels from middle school up to the collegiate levels as well as in a nontraditional setting at Brigham and Women's Hospital as an Orthopedic Technician. Taylor is a member of the NATA and is a licensed athletic trainer by the Massachusetts Board of Health. 

 

Physicians

Sports Medicine North
1 Orthopedics Drive
2nd Floor
Peabody, MA 01960 

Dr. Ira K Evans, MD

Dr. David J Fehnel, MD

Specialty: Knee Specialty: Shoulder, Knee

Dr. Evans specializes in the management of knee and sports injuries. Dr. Evans focuses his practice on complex knee problems. He is trained in the latest minimally invasive surgical techniques of the knee including ligament reconstruction, cartilage restoration, and joint replacement surgery, He, along with Drs. Fehnel, O’Holleran, and Polansky cover for many of the school teams on the North Shore.  Dr. Evans is Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery.

Dr. Fehnel is Board Certified and fellowship trained with an expertise in sports medicine and Shoulder Reconstruction. He has a special interest in Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff and labral reconstruction as well as total and “reversed” total shoulder replacement. He has been a team physician for Duke University and and currently for Endicott College, Gordon College and several High Schools. He is also the current team doctor for the professional tennis team, the Boston Lobsters.

Post-Graduate Training:

  • 1991-92 Fellowship in Sports Medicine/Arthroscopy: Orthopedics Specialty Clinic (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • 1985-88 Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery: University of Connecticut (Farmington, CT)
  • 1984-85 Internship in General Surgery: Hartford Hospital (Hartford, CT)
  • 1983-84 Internship: Hartford Hospital (Hartford, CT)

Post Graduate Training:

  • 1998-1999 Fellowship in Sports Medicine & Shoulder Surgery: Duke University (Durham, NC)
  • 1994-1998 Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery: Medical Center Hospital of Vermont (Burlington, VT)
  • 1993-1994 Internship in Surgery: Medical Center Hospital of Vermont (Burlington, VT)

Education:

  • 1983 Doctorate of Medicine: Vanderbilt Medical School (Nashville, TN)
  • 1979 Bachelor of Arts: Yale University (New Haven, CT)

Education:

  • 1993 Doctorate of Medicine: University of Vermont College of Medicine (Burlington, VT)
  • 1988 Bachelor of Science: Bucknell University (Lewisburg, PA)

Athletic Training Education Program Class of 2017

 
Left to Right: Zach Fried (Cranford, N.J.), Haliegh White (Taunton, Mass.), Maryanne Fitzgerald (Laurel, N.Y.), Sierra Shemanskis (Windsor, Conn.), Mackenzie Rhodes (Rye, N.H.), Anthony Giorgio (Methuen, Mass.)