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Meet the Athletic Trainer

Children’s Hospital Colorado and Real Colorado Soccer formed a partnership to promote the health and wellness of the entire Real community. As a result, Children’s Colorado Sports Medicine Center now staffs a certified athletic trainer (AT) to provide injury management for Real Colorado players.

ATs are specially trained in Injury/Illness prevention, clinical evaluation and diagnosis, immediate and emergency care, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses. ATs have a bachelors or masters degree from an accredited professional athletic training education program and must pass a comprehensive board certification test. ATs work under the direction of physicians, as prescribed by state licensure statutes, and to keep their certification they must meet ongoing continuing education requirements to keep this certification.

What does this mean for you as a member of Real?

  • Free injury assessments and recommendations for follow-up care
  • Injury management, education and prevention
  • Functional rehabilitation
Gregg Brueck, MS, ATC

Gregg Brueck, MS, ATC

Certified Athletic Trainer @ Real Colorado Soccer Club

Meet Gregg Brueck, MS, ATC 

Gregg Brueck is a Certified Athletic Trainer hired by Children’s Colorado to support REAL Colorado Soccer athletes. He works full-time at REAL and is your on-site link to care, by Children’s Colorado. If needed, Gregg can direct your athlete’s care to his physician colleagues at Children’s Colorado.

Prior to joining Children’s Colorado, Gregg served as the athletic trainer for Elizabeth High School in Elizabeth, Colorado. Before joining Elizabeth High School, Gregg served as the athletic trainer for the men’s ice hockey team as well as Nordic and alpine ski teams at the University of Vermont for eight years.

Gregg, originally from Woodburn, IN., received his bachelor of arts degree in athletic training from Purdue University and a Master’s of Science degree in athletic training from West Virginia University. His personal interests include hiking, photography, snowboarding and has also been a competitive adventure racer.

Clinical interests: Hip pathologies, functional training for return to sports

Kasey Currence

Kasey Currence

Certified Athletic Trainer @ Real Colorado Soccer Club

Meet Your Children’s Hospital Colorado Certified Athletic Trainer

Before coming to Children’s Hospital Colorado, Kasey worked as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of Colorado- Colorado Springs, where she worked primarily with the NCAA D2 Men’s Soccer and Women’s Softball teams. Before UCCS, she worked at Missouri Valley College with their football, men’s basketball, softball and cheer programs. Originally from Missouri, Kasey received her Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology from the University of Missouri in 2010 and later received her Masters of Science in Athletic Training from Florida International University in 2013.