Justin Krashefski is a former member of the United States Military that served for five years in the Coast Guard Division. Krashefski maintained great physical fitness achievements in his public sector service. He also maintains a high level of education. Today, he is enrolled at Florida Atlantic University in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in sports medicine.
This university is based out of Boca Raton, Florida and features five satellite campuses located throughout the Florida cities of Dania Beach, Davie, Fort Lauderdale, Jupiter, and in Fort Pierce at the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution. It opened its campus in 1964 and was the first public university in southeast Florida. At the time, it offered only upper-division and graduate level courses. The school has continued to grow, and it notably established its own College of Medicine in 2010.
Krashefski’s studies in sports medicine are a critical focus and his career ambition. The practice is the branch of medicine that deals with physical fitness and the treatment and prevention of injuries related to sports and exercise. The demands of excellence are high. Doctors in this field are actually specialist physicians who have completed medical school and have completed a residency training in a sports injury-related specialty. They must then complete fellowship training in sports and exercise medicine. Professionals in this field not only treat injuries, they actually help in recovery, performance and prevention. This kind of advice encompasses a number of different specialties. The acute injuries are obvious – sprains, ligament tears, triage, muscle strain, muscle cramps, concussions and many more. Often times however, the gentle science of knowing when an athlete is ready to go back to the field is just as important as the initial treatment. That requires specialized training and experience.