Myles Wilcox (MA, ATC/L) joined the ORU Sports Medicine staff during the summer of 2015 after a Seasonal Athletic Training Internship with the Atlanta Falcons.
While with the Falcons, Wilcox assisted with the administration of therapeutic modalities, monitored athletes during rehabilitation exercises and aided with practices and games.
Prior to going to Atlanta, Wilcox was a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at UTEP, where he earned his Master of Arts degree in Leadership and Organizational Studies. While earning his degree, Wilcox was responsible for injury/illness prevention, treatment, design and implementation of rehabilitation services for the Miner’s football team. He also assisted with the student education program and worked with the men’s golf and women’s soccer programs.
A 2012 graduate of the University of Kansas, Wilcox worked as a student athletic trainer for the KU football, track and field, volleyball and women’s basketball teams. During the summer of 2010 and 2011, Wilcox was a summer intern the Kansas City Chiefs.
Wilcox is board certified, CPR/AED Certified, and has training in the Graston Technique, while being a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association.
He and his wife Stacy have a daughter, Elliana.