Theodora Scott joined the Winston-Salem State University athletic training staff in the fall of 2012 and hit the ground running. With a wealth of experience and a strong knowledge of sports medicine, Scott will be a welcome addition to the Rams athletic family.
Always looking to improve as a health care provider, she recently became a preferred provider of the Graston Technique. In addition to her duties as an athletic trainer, Scott also teaches classes at WSSU. She teaches prevention and care of athletic injuries along with teaches clinical experience for the WSSU sports medicine minor.
Prior to joining the staff at Winston-Salem State, Scott spent two years at Select Physical Therapy at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. During her time at Select Physical Therapy, her primary responsibility was injury prevention for all characters, dancers, technicians, and entertainers. Scott also spent two years as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Clemson University where she worked with the men’s and women’s cross country and track & field teams. During her time at Clemson, she helped the Tigers take home back-to-back indoor and outdoor Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) track & field championships.
Scott earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Florida State University in April 2008, where she spent time as a student athletic trainer, working with track & field, women’s basketball, volleyball, and an off-campus rotation at Tallahassee Community College where she worked with men’s and women’s basketball, softball, and baseball.
Scott also holds numerous certifications, including a national certification as an athletic trainer in 2008. She is also certified in CPR/AED for the professional rescuer, and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. Among her other certifications, Scott is a licensed athletic trainer in the state of North Carolina as well.
In addition to her B.S., Scott also holds a Master’s of Science degree in Youth Leadership.