Meet The Athletic Trainer
Riley Beagle, a Certified Athletic Trainer, is in her second year of working with Phoenix High School athletics. She is an outreach athletic trainer provided by Providence Sports Medicine. Riley is BOC Certified and licensed with the State of Oregon Health as an Athletic Trainer.
Riley is a graduate of Oregon State University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training. Upon graduation from Mankato, Prior to joining Providence, she worked as an athletic trainer at Southern Oregon University.
Her role as an athletic trainer spans from first aid and emergency response, evaluation and rehabilitation of orthopedic conditions, as well as concussion management. She is also a liaison between parents, physicians, nurses, physical therapists, coaches, administrative staff, counselors, and teachers.
Message to Parents
"In the athletic training facility at Phoenix High School I can assess, treat and rehabilitate injuries sustained during high school athletics. As a Certified Athletic Trainer, I am trained to care for most medical problems your student-athlete may experience while participating in sports. Please understand that my presence at every event is impossible due to the number of sports and athletes I am responsible for, but I will ALWAYS make my best effort to be present at as many events as possible.
Thank you for your trust in caring for and managing your student-athlete’s injury. I encourage you to reach out to me via Healthy Roster (preferable) or email/phone should your student-athlete require an injury assessment or if you need an update on a current injury. I will do my best to get back to you on the same business day or within 24 business hours."