- MSKS Dry Needling Certification, Level 1 – January 2022
- Graston Technique Certification, M1 – September 2018
- Board of Certification in Athletic Training – March 2018 – Present
- American Heart Association Basic Life Support Provider – December 2015 – Present
- National Athletic Trainer Association (NATA), Member
Grace Marth, ATC
Grace Marth, ATC
Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (2018)
Colorado State University Pueblo
Grace Marth is a board-certified athletic trainer with experience covering many different kinds of athlete, from youngsters to community members to collegiate football, basketball and lacrosse teams. She’s also been a supervisor and mentor to aspiring young athletic trainers.
Ms. Marth was born and raised in Alaska and graduated from East High. An athlete herself, she grew up playing soccer, competed in high school flag football, and continued in soccer for a few years in college. After graduating, she accepted a position in Tulsa Oklahoma and among other duties, worked as an athletic trainer for the largest high school in the state, covering roughly 1,500 athletes.
A few years there, she and her husband were both were “itching for the mountains” and everything Alaska has to offer. Today she’s a part of the OPA team. In addition to preventing, diagnosing and treating injuries on the field, she works with physicians and families to help injured athletes get back in the game safely.
In her spare time she loves to bake, hike, bike, fish, ski, and do “really anything outside” and spending time with her family and dogs.
Certifications & Memberships
The OPA team includes Alaska’s leading specialists and offers some of the latest, most advanced treatment procedures available today.
OPA treats a wide variety of conditions and offers comprehensive treatment options — including many non-surgical solutions, minimally invasive arthroscopies (repairs), and total joint replacement.