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Mitchell Bertrand

Certified/Licensed Athletic Trainer

Mitch Bertrand joined St. Norbert College as a certified/licensed athletic trainer in 2018, courtesy of Prevea Health Sports Medicine. His primary sport assignments are men’s hockey, men’s soccer and women’s soccer.

Prior to joining the Green Knights, Bertrand arrived from the University of Minnesota where he was a graduate assistant athletic trainer with the Gophers football, women’s gymnastics and the men’s/women’s track & field and cross country teams. Bertrand also worked with the Gopher men’s hockey program as an intern in 2015.

Originally from Oakdale, Minn., Bertrand graduated from Carroll University with a Bachelor of Science degree in both athletic training and exercise science, while also playing soccer for the Pioneers. In May 2018, he graduated from the University of Minnesota with his Master of Education degree in sport & exercise science.

Bertrand is nationally certified as an athletic trainer through the National Athletic Trainers Association and is a licensed athletic trainer in the state of Wisconsin. He is a performance enhancement specialist, an active release technique lower extremity provider, is blood flow restriction therapy certified and is a certified cupping therapist.  His clinical interests include post-operative rehabilitation, manual therapy techniques, sport-specific rehabilitation and concussion management/treatment.

Bertrand resides in Green Bay with his fiancé, Brittany, and dog, Cooper.
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