Director Douglas E. White MSPT, L/ATC, CSCS Doug earned a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami, School of Medicine in 1993 and received his Strength and Conditioning Certification after volunteering under Mike Boyle at Boston University Strength Gym in 1996. Doug achieved certification as an athletic trainer in 1997 after volunteering at Harvard University. He was a member of the medical staff for The Boston Marathon for ten years as well as the U.S. Disabled Volleyball Team at the Tenth Paralympiad in Atlanta, GA in 1996. Doug has also provided medical support and conditioning information for the US Disabled Volleyball and Ski Teams. Most recently, he was Sports Medicine Director for USA Skeleton at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, where his athletes won one Silver and two Gold Medals.
- BS. Biology, Northeastern University 1985
- MS. Physical Therapy, University of Miami 1993
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist 1996
- Athletic Training Certification 1997
Olympic Winter Games 2002 – Sports medicine director responsible for all medical needs and training programs of the US team. First year the team improved from 6 (men) and 8 (women) to 1 – 2. The biggest jump in performance in world cup history. Second year 1-1 with 1 Silver and 2 Gold medals. With 58 racers training with the best in the world to win a medal we won both golds and a silver.
BAA Marathon 1994 – 2004 10 years working at finish line medical tent treating some of the 10,000 runners who were injured and triage runners as they completed the race at finish line.
Melrose High School – 1998-1999 Head athletic Trainer offering first response and rehab care for all sports teams and their athletes. Administered all pre-sports physicals. Developed summer strength and conditioning program which may have resulted in: Football = undefeated season. Girls B- ball competed at state tournament.
Belmont High School – 1998 First response and rehab care for all athletes. Administered all pre-sports physicals.
Harvard University – 1997 Gain Athletic Training Certification working in triage & Rehab in the training room. First response for rugby, cross country, football, girls soccer and hockey.
Paralympics – 1996 Worked exclusively with Disabled Volleyball and later went on tour to Europe. Responsible for all medical and training needs of the team. All team members were amputees.
Boston University – 1996 Volunteered at the strength and conditioning gym working with Men’s Hockey, Girls B-Ball and football.
University of Miami – 1989-1993 Masters Degree in Physical Therapy. Received Rose award for research.