Dianna Kisner

Certified Athletic Trainer, ATC

ATC – Certified Athletic Trainer

Dianna Kisner is the Director of Sports medicine for Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy and the Head Athletic Trainer at South Christian High School.  Dianna has been at South Christian since 2006, prior to that she worked at Godwin Heights High school, Davenport University and Unity Christian High school.  A Grand Valley State University Graduate and life long learner, she has her Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training  and is certified in Sportsmetrics, Functional Movement Screens, and has completed 100 hours of training in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy.

As the Sports Medicine Director she is responsible for the placement of Athletic Trainers within schools as well as fostering the growth of the sports medicine program at Hulst Jepsen. She has a passion for her profession, fellow Athletic Trainers, and students’ health.  Her favorite part of her job is being on the front lines to help immediately when the kids are injured and seeing them return to competition.

In her free time she enjoys early morning runs with her sister and hanging with her husband Mike and three children, Gabe, Kali and Trey.  She can be found most days spectating a game for her students or her own kids with a big smile on her face.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Physical Education/Athletic Training

Grand Valley State University 2002

Certifications

FMS Instructor

Sportsmetrics

Specialties

Concussion Management

Functional Movement Screen

Sports Medicine

Sportsmetrics™

Locations

Gaines Township

7169 Kalamazoo Ave SE, Suite 200
Caledonia, MI 49316

P: 616-827-3010
F: 616-827-3025

I experienced you as kind, clear and direct in your communication, and collaborative in planning the treatment plan and schedule. Even through the Covid-19 shut down you stayed in touch to assure understanding.  I appreciate the financial arrangements you made to offer therapy even when the insurance request was denied.

Bob

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