Madeline Cosh BKin, CAT (C)
Madeline graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Calgary. That same year she completed her Advanced Certificate in Athletic Therapy from Mount Royal University.
During her athletic therapy program, Madeline developed a special interest in concussions after working with high-risk athletes. Wanting to be able to innovate and connect athletes with superior and comprehensive health and wellness services is what led her to a career in high-performance sports and sports science.
After graduation, Madeline started working with the Benson Concussion Institute, where she took on a role doing concussion baseline testing and coordinating concussion care for high-risk Canadian Sport Institute Calgary athletes. She now coordinates all medical care and medical intakes for Canadian Sport Institute Calgary athletes.
Outside of work Madeline enjoys playing tennis, yoga, gardening, enjoying the outdoors, and above all being a mom. Fun Fact: Madeline originally moved to Calgary to pursue a career in ballet before transitioning into sport science.