Services

Athletic Trainers

Missy Anderson

Missy holds a performance enhancement specialist (PES) certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She also holds her athletic trainer certification through the National Athletic Trainers Association.

In her role as an athletic trainer, Missy supports all sports teams at Lincoln Community High School. She attends practices and games to assist with prevention of injury, conditioning and injury recognition and treatment. Missy works closely with parents, athletes and coaches with the goal to give every athlete the opportunity to perform at their highest level.

Angela Stone

Angela earned her bachelor of science degree in athletic training from Eastern Illinois University.  She has been a member of the ALMH rehab team since 2012.

Angela received her athletic trainer certification through the Board of Certification. In her role as an athletic trainer, Angela supports all sports teams at Lincoln College. She attends practices and games to assist with prevention of injury, conditioning, and injury recognition and treatment. Angela works closely with the athletes and coaches to provide every athlete with the opportunity to perform at their highest level.

Angela holds a performance enhancement specialist certification (PES) that she earned from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. As a PES, she helps athletes of all ages become better at their sport. Additionally, Angela is a certified ImPACT Trained Athletic Trainer. Angela administers ImPACT tests at local schools and educates the community about concussions. She also serves as a CPR instructor and teaches CPR and first aid certification classes at ALMH.

Ryan Davis

Ryan earned his bachelor of science degree in athletic training and a master of science in athletic training from Illinois State University. Ryan joined the Memorial SportsCare team at ALMH in January 2015. Prior to joining the ALMH team, Ryan served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer with the Illinois State University football program and worked for several years as a physician extender alongside a primary care sports medicine physician. Ryan is a licensed practitioner of the Graston Technique and holds his athletic trainer certification through the Board of Certification, Inc.

His primary role is to serve the athletic teams at Lincoln College, where he attends practices and games to assist with injury prevention, conditioning and injury recognition and treatment. Ryan works closely with athletes and coaches, with the goal to give every athlete the opportunity to perform at their highest level. He also assists with the ImPACT Concussion Management Program and Performance Plus programs.