Brian Bobier, DAT
Education and Certifications
- Doctor of Athletic Training
- A.T. Still University- Arizona School of Health Sciences
- May 2022
- Master of Education in Physical Education
- University of Houston
- May 2024
- Bachelor of Science
- University of Oklahoma
- May 2001
- Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure
- 2004- Present
- License Number 386
- BOC Certified Athletic Trainer
- 2001- Present
- BOC Number 070102057
- National Provider Identifier
Brian Bobier is the program director and an assistant professor for the Master of Athletic Training program at UCO. He received his Doctor of Athletic Training from A.T. Still University of Health Sciences at the Arizona School of Health Sciences (2022). He completed his Master of Education from the University of Houston (2004) and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Oklahoma (2001). He is a state-licensed and BOC-certified athletic trainer and has been for more than 20 years.
Bobier has been in higher education for more than two years now. Before transitioning to higher education, his career was focused on providing clinical care in various patient settings. Most recently, he was an educator and athletic trainer for Okarche Public Schools (2018-21). He also has experience providing care in the secondary school setting in Phoenix, Arizona, and the OKC metro area. One area of contemporary expertise is working with the overhead athlete. Bobier has 15 seasons of college and professional baseball experience working with the Miami Marlins (2016-18), Texas Rangers (2003-06 and 2007-11), Kansas State University (2013-14), University of Texas (2007) and the University of Houston (2002) baseball teams. He enjoys working with patients who participate in overhead activities due to the complexity of the upper extremities, as these injuries keep him on his toes.
Bobier lives in Oklahoma City with his wife, Jill, and daughter, Madison. They have a dog, Bubbles, and a cat, Sox. Bobier and family are thrilled to be a part of the UCO community and look forward to serving students and the community!
- KINS 5321: Interprofessional Education I
- KINS 5343: Examination and Diagnosis II
- KINS 5513: Examination and Diagnosis IV
- KINS 5381: Interprofessional Education II
- KINS 5523: Therapeutic Intervention II
- KINS 5633: Transition to Professional Practice
Research, Published Work, and Scholarly Activities
2022 NATA Clinical Symposia & AT Expo Free Communications Program: June 2022
Use of Region-Specific Patient Reported Outcome Measures by Athletic Trainers
Bobier BP, Snyder Valier AR, Marshall AN, Lam KC. Use of region-specific patient reported outcome measures by athletic trainers. Published in J Athl Train 1 June 2022;57(6s):S-44.
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