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Meet our Sports Medicine Athletic Trainers

Brent "Quincy" Faure, MS; ATC

Brent Faure spent 31 years working as a teacher and athletic trainer prior to joining Pocatello Orthopaedics as a full time athletic trainer. In 2013, Faure was the first athletic trainer named to the IHSAA Hall of Fame. In addition to working in the clinic assisting Dr. Wathne and Dr. Joseph, Fraure will coordinate the sports medicine coverage for all of School District 25. "Quincy" will also serve as the head athletic trainer for Highland High School.

Caroline "Smitty" Faure, EdD; ATC

Caroline Faure is a professor at Idaho State University and is most known for her work with concussion identification and management. She pioneered successful concussion legislation efforts in Idaho and founded the Center for Sports Concussion at ISU. Prior to going to ISU, she was the assistant athletic trainer at Highland High School for 7 years. "Smitty" will serve as the head athletic trainer for Century High School.

Colton Ricks, ATC

Colton Ricks is a 2012 graduate of Boise State University's athletic training program, where he was assigned to provide medical care for the BSU football program. Originally from Driggs, Ricks will serve as the head athletic trainer for Pocatello High School.

Dani Moffit PhD; ATC

Dani Moffit is a professor at Idaho State University and the program director for ISU's Master of Science in Athletic Training program. Prior to completing her doctoral studies at Temple University in Philadelphia, Moffit was the head athletic trainer for Eagle High School.

Adam Huffield, MS; ATC

Adam Huffield completed his Masters degree in athletic training from Weber State University in 2013 and his undergraduate degree in dietetics from Idaho State University in 2010. While at WSU, Huffield concentrated on athletic training as well as strength and conditioning with the Wildcat football program.

Aaron Armstrong, ATC

Aaron Armstrong is a 2012 graduate of Temple University. Aaron will provide athletic training services to all three Pocatello High Schools, primarily focusing on concussion management. Aaron is currently pursuing his masters degree at Idaho State University and serves as a graduate assistant in the Center for Sports Concussion.

Leslie McGovern, PA-C; ATC

Prior to completing the physician assistant program at Idaho State University in 2011, McGovern worked for 12 years as the assistant athletic trainer at ISU, concentrating primarily on women's sports.

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