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Mrs. Burns

I am an alumni of Gardner-Webb University with a BS in athletic trianing. I am a nationaly board certified and NC licensed athletic trainer. I grew up swimming year round and now coach swimming in the summer months. I am married and have a sweet cockapoo pup named Effie. All through high school (I went to Enloe in Raleigh) I took sports medicine and I really want to share my passion of medicine like my HS teacher did for me. 

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