Jennifer Kim has been a practicing Occupational Therapist since 2015. She received her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Southern California. She is a Certified Hand Therapist. Jenny believes in empowering patients with knowledge, care, and support. She uses a holistic, patient-centered approach to see patients as more than their diagnoses. She works together with patients to help them gain back independence and achieve their goals.
Randall is a certified athletic trainer. He received a Masters in Sports Science and Rehabilitation from Logan University in Missouri and a BS in Athletic Training from Lindenwood University. He has worked as the head ATC for the Denver Outlaws since 2019. Outside of work Randall enjoys mountain biking, martial arts, working out, spending time with his wife, son and daughter, and going to Broncos games.
Chantel is originally from the Annapolis, Maryland area. She went to school at UCONN (University of Connecticut) for her undergraduate degree in Athletic Training. She obtained her master’s in Exercise Science with a concentration in Sports Medicine at the University of Delaware, where she worked with the women’s soccer, volleyball, swim& dive, and club sports teams. Following grad school, Chantel went to The Steadman Clinic for a year as an Athletic Training Fellow in the Residency Program in 2018. At The Steadman Clinic, she obtained her surgical assist licensure as well as orthopedic technologist certification, allowing her to be a first assist in the OR. She was then hired on as a full-time Athletic Trainer by Dr. Leslie Vidal, where she met Dr. Marissa Jamieson during her orthopedic foot and ankle fellowship. Chantel joined Dr. Marissa Jamieson’s team at UCHealth’s Cherry Creek Medical Center in August 2021, where she helps maintain an efficient clinic and assist in the OR.
Athletic trainers (ATs) are typically seen as an asset to sporting teams along the sidelines of sporting events. However, they are multi-skilled health care professionals who can provide services, under the direction of a physician. An athletic trainer’s services include primary care, injury and illness prevention, wellness promotion and education, emergent care, examination and clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.
Larry was born in Houston, Texas but raised here in Denver, Colorado. He graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in 2006 and enlisted in the U.S. Army the same year. After serving for 9 years, he was honorably discharged in 2015. Shortly afterward, he started working at Rose Medical Center as a Certified Orthopedic Medical Assistant. Over the course of 6 years, he worked with Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Total Joint Replacement, Sports Medicine, Foot/Ankle, and Hand/Arm specialty surgeons. In 2018, he completed the Emergency Medical Technician-Basic course and became certified through the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT). He currently holds a Colorado EMT-IV license. In July 2020, he received his Orthopedic Technician certification through the American Society of Orthopedic Professionals (ASOP) and joined the Cherry Creek Orthopedics team. His long-term plans include completing his BSN degree and continuing to work in healthcare as either an Orthopedic or Trauma/Wound Care nurse. In his free time, he enjoys going for long runs and hikes, spending time with his niece and nephews, and trying new local breweries and restaurants.