Patrick St. Louis
Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Education Coordinator
Patrick St. Louis MSRS, ATC, LAT, CKTI/F, CCT, GTS, NASM – CPT is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Clinical Education Coordinator for the Athletic Training Program at Sam Houston State University. Mr. St. Louis is a Nationally Certified and State of Texas Licensed Athletic Trainer. Mr. St. Louis is finishing up his doctoral studies at Concordia University Portland in Education with a specialization in Higher Education. Mr. St. Louis received his master’s degree in Rehabilitation Sciences as well as his bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Concordia University Wisconsin. Prior to coming to Sam Houston State University, Mr. St. Louis was an Instructor in the athletic training program at Concordia University Wisconsin, teaching a wide variety of athletic training courses. Mr. St. Louis has also worked professionally as an assistant athletic trainer at the collegiate level, interning with professional sports, serving as the head athletic trainer at two different high schools, one in Wisconsin and the other in Texas, and working in a physical therapy clinic. Currently Mr. St. Louis serves on the Editorial Board for the Athletic Training Education Journal as well as being a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Professional Education Committee.
- M.S., Rehabilitation Sciences; Concordia University Wisconsin
- B.S., Athletic Training; Concordia University Wisconsin