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Wayne Lamarre

Wayne Richard Lamarre, M.Ed., LAT, ATC

Clinical Professor and Director, Athletic Training Program

Location

Harold Alfond Forum 255
Biddeford Campus
On campus

Professor Lamarre began his career in 1992 as an Athletic Trainer working in outpatient orthopaedic sports rehabilitation clinics and public/private high schools.  He has been teaching at the college level for over 15 years in subject areas such as athletic and orthopaedic injury diagnosis, therapeutic modalities, rehabilitative intervention following musculoskeletal injury, general medical conditions affecting the physically active, pharmacological considerations in athletics, and ethical practice in an interprofessional health care model.

He has athletic training experience that spans the sporting continuum and includes the treatment of adolescent, high school, collegiate, olympic, and professional patients; and he remains active in the profession through per diem coverage and professional development.  His current areas of interest are performance medicine, surgical interventions in sports medicine, and the expansion of career opportunities for entry-level athletic trainers.  Most recently, Prof. Lamarre serves on the medical staff for the U.S. Women's National Ice Hockey Team, accompanying them to national and international competitions. 

Prof. Lamarre  is an avid outdoorsman, and thoroughly enjoys all of the wonderful hiking, biking, running, skiing, fishing, camping, and golfing opportunities that Maine and New England have to offer.  Most importantly, he is the proud father of three children.

Credentials

Education

MEd in Curriculum Design and Instruction
Norwich University
2001
BS in Physical Education with Concentration in Athletic Training
Central Connecticut State University
1992

Clinical Affiliations

USA Hockey (Colorado Springs, Colorado)

Board Certifications and Licenses

Board Certified Athletic Trainer Since 1992

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