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Greg Meyer, OPA-C, LAT, ATC, OT-SC

Greg Meyer, board-certified as both an Orthopedic Physician Assistant and a state-licensed Athletic Trainer, In addition to assisting the TOA physicians with surgery and patient care, Meyer works closely with local public and private schools, athletic clubs and local colleges to provide them quality sports-medicine care. Meyer works primarily with Dr.’s Montgomery, Paschal, Thornton and Payne at the Greenville facility.

As graduate of Texas Tech University and with his dual certification, Meyer brings an extensive range of invaluable experience to the position. Before joining TOA, Meyer served as the head athletic trainer at various high schools in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He also spent time working with collegiate and professional athletes.  Most recently Greg has provided athletic training services for the 2008 USA Womens Softball Team (Bound for Beijing Tour), 2010 USA Womens  Softball Team and The USA Whitewater Salam Canoe/Kayak Team in the 2007 World Championships.

A recognized and devoted leader in his field, Meyer also has distinguished himself as one of the co-founders and co-developer of the North Texas Athletic Trainers Society, serving on its inaugural board for three years. In addition, he is an examiner for the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification and the Texas Department of Health Athletic Trainers Licensing Examination.

Meyer is a member of The Association of Orthopedic Physician Assistants, The National Association of Orthopedic Technologists, The National Athletic Trainers Association, the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association and the North Texas Athletic Trainers Association.

Meyer resides in Keller and enjoys spending time with his family. His hobbies include running, adventure racing, and mountain biking.

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