Athletic Training

Athletic Training encompasses injury/illness prevention, clinical evaluation, emergency care, and treatment and rehabilitation of acute/chronic medical conditions. We’re here to protect our student’s health and provide a safe environment for Stanford University students participating in club sports.

Location

Club Sports Athletic Training Room – Arrillaga Outdoor Education and Recreation Center
285 Santa Teresa Street – Lower Level (turn left before Fitness Center, follow hall to the end)

Appointments

All appointments may be scheduled through the Club Sports Athletic Trainer Scheduling Portal below.

Expectations

For a first time appointment, please allocate 30 mins to 1 hour evaluation and treatment time during the designated 15 minute appointment window.
Please wear clothing appropriate for the evaluation (e.g. wear shorts for a lower extremity evaluation).

Available Athletic Trainers

Ken Look

Ken Look was named the Club Sports Athletic Trainer in February 2014. Ken has worked as an athletic trainer in high school, community college, university, professional sports, clinic, occupational settings and international events including San Jose Buddhist Judo tournament, the Oakland Raiders, Laguna Seca Moto GP, San Jose Spiders, and USA-All Stars women’s basketball in China. He has a bachelor’s degree from San Jose State in 2009 and a master’s degree from California Baptist University in 2012. He is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the American Heart Association in CPR/AED. Born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, Ken enjoys spending his free time being outdoors, hiking, playing basketball, and snowboarding.
kenlook@stanford.edu, (650) 498-0758

Quentin Higgins

Quentin Higgins joined Stanford University in December 2018 as Men’s Lacrosse Athletic Trainer and Club Sports Assistant Athletic Trainer.  He brings a strong background in athletic training and strength and conditioning to Stanford University’s Club Sports Athletic Training program.  Since 2011, he has worked as the Head Athletic Trainer for four professional ice hockey teams at the AA and AAA levels.  From 2008 to 2009, he interned at the University of Iowa and Colgate University as a Strength and Conditioning Coach.  In 2011, Quentin received his Master’s Degree in Athletic Training from Weber State University and Bachelors degree in Strength and Conditioning from the University of Findlay in 2007.