The Colorado Academy Sports Medicine program provides quality, professional athletic training services and athletic healthcare to CA student-athletes and visiting athletes.
CA has two Certified Athletic Trainers, allowing for a broad scope of services to our student-athletes, such as creating and monitoring injury therapy programs and utilizing the Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing (ImPACT) Baseline and post-injury concussion testing.
CA adheres to the Standards of Professional Practice of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the credentialing statutes of the State of Colorado. CA trainers are nationally certified by the Board of Certification (BOC) as Athletic Trainers (ATC) and licensed in the State of Colorado. The CA Sports Medicine program aspires to deliver the best care possible.
Colorado State University - BS University of Arizona - MS Walden University - PhD
At CA Since: 2007
A Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) since 1978, Richard “Griz” Griswold has been CA’s Head Athletic Trainer since 2007. Griswold received his BS, MS, and PhD from Colorado State University, the University of Arizona, and Walden University, respectively. He has been a Head Athletic Trainer at both the high school and college levels. In addition, he served as an instructor, professor, and Director of Athletic Training Education programs for twenty-two years. One of his favorite activities is square dancing, and he likes to go fly fishing when possible.
Charlotte Webb came to Colorado Academy in 2016 and serves as the Assistant Athletic Trainer. She has clinical experience with such varied sports as college-level basketball, baseball, football, and softball, and with high-school level football, soccer, wrestling, and basketball. She holds a BA in Athletic Training from Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina, Kan. and is licensed in Colorado as an Athletic Trainer and holds a National Athletic Trainers Association Board Certificate. Webb also played Varsity Soccer at Kansas Wesleyan.