Sue Guyer is a professor in the Department of Exercise Science and Sport Studies and clinical education coordinator of the athletic training program at Springfield College. Since arriving at Springfield College in 2001, Guyer has taught courses in prevention of athletic injuries, research methods and education, athletic injury rehabilitation and therapeutic exercise, and human anatomy. Guyer also has maintained both teaching and athletic training roles for her entire career. Prior to Springfield College her experience includes 10 years of athletic health care and a role as program director of the athletic training program at Stetson University in DeLand, Fla.
Currently, Guyer serves as the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) District 1 secretary and the vice president for governance for the NATA Research and Education Foundation (REF). She also has held positions of public relations chair and president of the Athletic Training Association of Massachusetts, the District 1 chair of the NATA REF.
She has been invited to speak internationally on the prevention of athletic injuries and concussions in China and at the European Society of Athletic Training and Therapy Conference in Jerzmanowice, Poland. Guyer also has presented at the Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association and the National Athletic Trainers' Association annual meetings as well as the NATA Educators' Conference on issues relating to teaching and learning. Guyer is a manuscript reviewer for Athletic Therapy Today Journal and the Journal of Athletic Training. In addition to being a certified athletic trainer, Guyer holds specialty certifications in Active Release Techniques for the lower extremity (ART®), Corrective Exercise (NASM-CES), Functional Movement Screening (FMS) and Graston Technique®.