Joe Harvey

Joe Harvey

Joe was a three sport varsity athlete in high school with hopes of playing college baseball before tearing his shoulder labrum twice and needing surgery. Although this injury was a big factor in why college baseball was not an option, it sparked a love for the field of sports medicine with hopes of helping other athletes avoid the same fate.
He received his Bachelors degree in Exercise Science from Grand Canyon University in Spring of 2014 and his Masters degree in Athletic Training from Northern Arizona University in Spring of 2016.
While in graduate school, Joe worked as an intern with various NFL teams (primarily the Arizona Cardinals) at Fischer Institute of Physical Therapy and Performance doing offseason training programs.
Joe Harvey has been working at Cactus Shadows High School as the head athletic trainer since the Fall of 2016. Joe started the sports medicine program during his first year at Cactus Shadows High School and is the HOSA advisor. In 2018, he started also working at Rio Salado Community College as the lead faculty for allied health and an adjunct professor. In 2019, he took over the first aid and CPR department while also creating the sports medicine program for the college.

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