Ronit Hoffman ATC is a Spartan head to toe! She graduated with her BA and MS from MSU. She was the assistant Athletic Trainer (ATC) at American University for 2 years followed by Head ATC for 7 years. She also worked at Penn State University as Assistant ATC before returning to mid Michigan to provide care at a local high school. She finally made her way back to Michigan State University to work in the Sports Medicine department before MSU Rehabilitation Medicine was able to pull her on board at our department. She enjoys getting athletes back on the field with a functional approach to rehabilitation founded on Gary Gray principles and the Manual approach here at MSU. She is an avid traveler and grows pretty great zucchini too!
Expertise: Athlete Rehabilitation - Knee pain - Shoulder pain - Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) - Functional Movement System (FMS) testing - Functional Rehabilitation