|Title:||Athletic Trainer/Strength & Conditioning Coach|
|Organization:||Women's Tennis, Men's Ice Hockey, Men's Tennis, Cheer, Dance|
Coordinator of Care: Women's Tennis, Men's Ice Hockey, Men's Tennis, Cheer, Dance
Kevin Kosiorek '15, MS, LAT, ATC, NASM-PES enters his first academic year at Endicott as an Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning coach.
Kosiorek comes to Endicott after spending three years in the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) Orthopedic Department (2016-19). While at DHMC, Kosiorek worked with hand/wrist surgeon Dr. Vincent Pellegrini in a physician's extender role where he evaluated patients, developed treatment plans, assisted with in-clinic procedures, and ordered imaging/physical therapy/pre-op orders, among several other duties. He also prepared patients for orthopedic providers and completed high school outreach at Mascoma Valley Regional High School, wherein which he provided medical care, preventative treatment, rehabilitation, and concussion evaluation/return to play services for football, field hockey, soccer, cross country, basketball, wrestling, baseball, softball, and track and field.
Kosiorek's other experiences include serving as the Colby-Sawyer College athletic training student clinical supervisor, working as the Head Athletic Trainer at Burgettstown High School, working at Spaulding Physical Therapy Clinic and Swampscott High School, and completing an internship at the Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital.
A 2015 graduate of Endicott, Kosiorek also completed several rotations with teams during his time at The Nest including football, baseball, volleyball, soccer, lacrosse, ice hockey, and tennis. Along with working with those teams, Kosiorek completed an internship with the women's soccer program where he provided treatment and rehabilitation for injured women's soccer student-athletes along with educating younger athletic training students in anatomy, rehabilitation techniques, therapeutic modalities, and emergency care.
Kosiorek, who was awarded the Endicott College Senior Athletic Trainer Award in 2015, was an active member of the Endicott Athletic Training Club, Life Choices, Habitat for Humanity, the Endicott Planning Committee, and Jolly Jaunt. He also served as a resident assistant in 2013 and was a member of the football team in 2011.
Kosiorek is a National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) member, Board of Certification certified, holds his America Heart Association CPR certification, and is certified as Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES).