Katie Day, ATC

Athletic Trainer

Katie Day, ATC

Athletic Trainer

  • Education

    Master of Science in Athletic Training (2022)
    Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (2022)
    Texas A&M University
    College Station, TX


Katie Day, ATC, grew up in West Texas and it wasn’t until a summer athletic training internship in Alaska that she saw mountains rivers and “actual” trees for the first time. She fell in love with Alaska and hockey and vowed she’d return. In 2023 she did just that.

Armed with a master’s degree and experience working with hockey players a wide variety of athletes in Texas and Wisconsin, she joined the OPA athletic training team. Today she works hard every day to help athletes, coaches and parents prevent and care for sports injuries and other medical conditions that may impact student-athletes.

In addition to her love for hockey, Ms. Day enjoys fishing, archery, and hunting along with board games and watching sports.

  • Graduate Work

    Graduate Research: The Efficacy of Localized Vibration Therapy on Hip Extension in Ice Hockey Athletes

    Graduate GPA: 4.00

  • Memberships & Leadership
    • National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), Member
    • Professional Hockey Athletic Trainers Society (PHATS), Member
    • Society of Professional Hockey Equipment Managers (SPHEM), member
    • Aggie Athletic Trainers’ Association (College Station, TX), President & Treasurer (2019-2022)


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.

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