Nick Lambertsen, MS, ATC

Nick Lambertsen earned a bachelor's of science degree in Athletic Training from Brigham Young University in 2013. As a student athletic trainer, he served athletes on the men's football, lacrosse, and soccer teams as well the athletes of Provo High School. He also provided first aid services at BYU Sports Camps over the summers.

He went on to earn a master's degree in Health and Human Movement, emphasizing sports medicine from Utah State University. His graduate research focused on a novel concussion-screening tool using a visual-motor tracking task, which was presented at a professional conference in Phoenix, AZ

During this time, he also served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for Utah State's women's softball team and the men's football team, which won Gildan New Mexico Bowl in 2015.

He joined the OPA athletic trainer team in 2015.


  • National Athletic Trainer Certification (2013) 
  • Master of Science, Health and Human Movement: Sports Medicine (2015)        
    Utah State University, Logan, Utah 
  • Bachelor of Science, Athletic Training (2013)
    Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah


  • Member, National Athletic Trainers Association