Methodist Sports Medicine’s First Line Tactical Athlete Program (MSM FLTAP) is a proud partner of Carmel Police Department. The FLTAP embeds a full-time athletic trainer into the Police Department to provide health care to the men and women who serve the community. The athletic trainer, Adam Crosby, provides individualized prevention programs to each member of the department, as well as rehabilitation to those who are injured to get them back to work and everyday life quickly and safely. CPD has quick access to all services provided by MSM, including biomechanics analysis, functional movement screenings, appointments with leading orthopedic specialists, regular follow-ups with the embedded athletic trainer, and more.
Adam has spent the majority of his career as a Division I and Division III collegiate athletic trainer, most recently as the Director of Sports Medicine at Anderson University (IN). In January of 2020, he transitioned to becoming a tactical athletic trainer and has spent the time since then learning law enforcement and embedding himself into CPD. Adam graduated from Anderson University (IN) in 2008 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training and from Ball State University in 2010 with a Master’s Degree in Sport and Human Performance.
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