Regional Business Relations Manager – NYC/Brooklyn
Devon Taylor is a NYS licensed and BOC Certified Athletic Trainer with fifteen years of experience. Devon was the Head Athletic Trainer for Hunter College of the City University Athletic Conference for 6 seasons and the Men’s basketball athletic trainer for Pace University of the Northeast 10 Athletic Conference for 5 seasons. During his tenure at Hunter College, Devon was a member of several student leadership committees and also worked with the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Devon is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with 10 years of experience. He currently coaches at the Professional Athletic Performance Center working with many athletes, ranging from ages 10 through high school. He is currently an Adjunct Professor at St. John’s University teaching Health Science Applied to Coaching
Devon received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Morehead State University of Kentucky and attained his Master’s Degree in Athletic Training from Long Island University of Brooklyn. In addition to his clinical experience, he is an adjunct professor for Pace University; teaching Health and Wellness as well as an adjunct professor for Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus, in the Athletic Training and Sports Sciences Graduate Athletic Training Program. In the past 3 years Devon has been a guest lector for the Public School Athletic League’s annual coach’s meetings, speaking on topics ranging from “Common Running Injuries” to “ACL Prevention Protocols for Female Athletes”. He has also presented at several local community outreach programs at NYC running shoe company sponsored events about Running Programs.
Devon joined the Business Relation s Staff of Professional Physical Therapy in 2008. Some of his duties include reaching out to many of the NYC doctors and staff and provide them with information about the company and their physical therapists specialties. During his tenure with the company he has attained certifications in Workplace Ergonomic Evaluations and Functional Capacity Evaluations.