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Thanks to a unique partnership with Baton Rouge Orthopedic Clinic, BRSC can provide quality, 0n-site care for players in need of medical treatments and assessments for injuries sustained during play. BRSC's certified athletic trainers are available to treat and assess injuries suffered during games, coordinate doctor appointments, set up referrals, and assist with the scheduling of surgery.  As part of the partnership, BRSC members will receive priority appointments at Baton Rouge Orthopaedic Clinic.

In addition to treating injuries, the BRSC athletic trainer will also provide education to BRSC members, coaches, and staff regarding concussions, injury prevention, and proper nutrition. The certified athletic trainer will also attend various programs and tournaments held by BRSC.

“Through this program, our goal is two-fold. For injured players, we want to help BRSC with the on-site treatment to stabilize a significant injury and then ensure the player gets the next level of care as quickly as possible,” said Trey Williamson, CEO at Baton Rouge Orthopaedic Clinic.

BRSC Athletic Trainer

Mr. Williamson added the second goal is to help BRSC staff, coaches, parents, and players. learn the steps to take through nutrition, training, and injury-prevention techniques that lessen the chance of an injury occurring.


BRSC Introduces Athletic Trainer Riley Proffer

Riley grew up in Indianapolis. He spent most of his life playing a variety of sports with his primary sport being basketball. Riley eventually moved to Bloomington, IN to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training at Indiana University. It is through this experience that he gained an abundance of experience with a vast array of different athletic training settings. He spent his senior year working with the IU Women’s Soccer program. This is where he first discovered his interest in working as a soccer athletic trainer.

Once graduating, he continued to diversify his skillset by working as an athletic trainer in a physical therapy clinic and with local high schools in Indianapolis for a year. At the conclusion of that year, he moved to Gainesville, FL to pursue a Doctor of Athletic Training degree at the University of Florida. Throughout this experience he had residencies as an outreach AT to local high schools and a junior college, with the University of Florida Department of Recreational Sports, working closely with the university club sports teams, and the university Navy/Marine reserve officer training corps. In addition to his involvement with BRSC, Riley is active in his alumni associations and in athletic training organizations at the state, regional, and national level.


Licensed Athletic Trainer – Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners
Certified Athletic Trainer – Board of Certification for the Athletic Trainer
Doctor of Athletic Training – University of Florida
Bachelor of Athletic Training – Indiana University
Graston Technique Specialist – Graston Technique, LLC



As part of the partnership between Baton Rouge Orthopaedic Clinic and Baton Rouge Soccer Club, BRSC members will receive priority appointments at Baton Rouge Orthopaedic Clinic.

Baton Rouge Orthopaedic Clinic is a sub-specialty orthopedic practice uniquely qualified to provide sports medicine coverage and services to its patients. BROC features 33 surgeons that are fellowship-trained and sub-specialize in the treatment of injuries and ailments, including hand, elbow, shoulder, neck, spine, hip, knee, ankle, and foot.


BROC currently provides such services to LSU, Southern University, and numerous high schools in South Louisiana. Their comprehensive care model also includes direct digital X-ray, MRI, CT, Therapy, DME, and outpatient and inpatient surgical services.

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