Ian Rogol, M.Ed., LAT, ATC is currently an Encore Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer at Spring Hill College. Previously, he worked as the Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Mary Washington (VA) for 10 years with another 14 years working at the secondary school level.
In 2018, Rogol was inducted into the Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association (VATA) Hall of Fame for exemplary service and dedication to the athletic training profession in the Commonwealth of Virginia. In 2016, he received the Athletic Training Service Award from the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) for his contributions to the athletic training profession as a volunteer at the local and state levels. He was previously honored as the 2012 College and University Athletic Trainer of the Year by the VATA for his strong work ethic and dedication to the athletes and athletic training as a profession.
Rogol earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree from James Madison University in Kinesiology/Athletic Training and a Master of Education in Sports Medicine at the University of Virginia. While attending the University of Virginia, he completed an internship at Fork Union Military Academy.
He has presented and published research on the effects of open versus closed kinetic chain exercises in improving shoulder joint reposition sense equally in healthy subjects at the NATA Annual Meeting and Symposia and Journal of Athletic Training. He has spoken at several other medical conferences.
Thank you for all you do, Ian! We are proud to have you on the Encore Rehabilitation Team! Happy National Athletic Training Month!