Adam Norman MS, LAT, ATC
Adam Norman grew up on his family livestock farm in the rural community of Paragould, Arkansas. Norman obtained his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas. After completion of his Bachelor degree, he took a position at the Hughston Clinic as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Training Fellow where he obtained his Master of Science degree from the University of North Georgia. Adam is working as the Head Certified Athletic Trainer for the Columbus Cottonmouths as part of the Hughston Foundation Athletic Training Fellowship Program in Columbus, Georgia. Norman is currently working on research on ACL repairs and common sports injuries related to ice hockey. After his stint in the Southern Professional Hockey League, he intends on furthering his education with an Athletic Training Residency and finishing with a degree as a Physician Assistant, where he would work within an orthopedic clinic.