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Sports Medicine Team Bios

Tony Robles, Founder of F.A.S.T.

Tony R. Robles, AT, ATC, is a Licensed Athletic Trainer and the Founder and Director of Functional Athletic Sequence Training (F.A.S.T.) in Troy, MI. He is known as a leader in athlete performance management. Prior to founding F.A.S.T., he helped design and develop the Sports Performance Academy at the Detroit Medical Center. Tony has a decade of experience working closely with athletes of all ages and skill levels, focusing on the delivery of sports medicine and athlete performance development. He has developed sports-specific functional training programs for hundreds of athletes in Metro Detroit and around the country.

Tony has a passion for education. He develops specialized training programs for parents, coaches, and athletes, keying on the proper biomechanics of jumping and running. Tony’s workshops are designed to help attendees understand how to best progress athletically, in order to get the most out of themselves. Tony also focuses on developing training programs for female athletes to help decrease the rick of ACL injuries in sport. He also has a special interest in Osteopathic Manual Medicine and analyzing athletes’ basic functional movements to enhance their ability to perform their sport.

Tony Robles was inspired to become an Athletic Trainer in college. While attending Azusa Pacific University in California on an athletic scholarship for soccer, Tony had an accident in which he broke his neck. Following the incident, Athletic Trainers were instrumental in helping him return to the sport he loves. As a result, he was inspired to do the same for others. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree from Azusa Pacific, Tony moved to Michigan to be the Intern Staff Athletic Trainer at Michigan State University. His responsibilities there included Women’s Rowing and assisting with Football. He then transferred to Alabama State University, where he became the Assistant Athletic Trainer, working with Men’s Basketball, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Baseball and Men’s and Women’s Track and Field. Tony is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. He currently resides in West Bloomfield with Katie, his wife of 11 years, and their three sons, Isaac, Ian and Sammy.

Collyn Reaume, AT, ATC

Collyn Reaume joins Functional Athletic Sequence Training (F.A.S.T) team after being the head athletic trainer at Stoney Creek High School in Rochester Hills, Michigan. His primary obligations included injury recognition, evaluation, and prevention of injuries with the high school athlete. Prior to Stoney Creek, Collyn worked as a graduate assistant within the Oakland University athletic training department where his primary obligations were with the cross-country and track and field athletes. At Oakland University, Collyn implemented preventative exercise training programs to diminish the chance of running injuries and to help with performance enhancement. Collyn graduated in 2010 with Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine and is currently finishing his Master’s thesis from Oakland University.

Collyn’s clinical experience extends from the large demographic of athletes he has seen in his career. His past work experiences have allowed him to gain knowledge in Muscle Energy and manual therapy techniques and injury prevention and performance enhancement strategies for baseball, football, cross-country, track and field, and soccer athletes. Collyn also has a wide knowledge base when it comes running biomechanics and making athletes more efficient.

Collyn is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association since 2010.

Collyn currently lives in Berkley, Michigan with his wife, daughter, and dog, Bruno.

Brian Klozik, MAT, ATC

Brian Klozik joins the Functional Athletic Sequence Training (F.A.S.T.) team after working as an Athletic Trainer at Newberry College in South Carolina. During his time at Newberry College Brian was primarily responsible for the daily care, prevention, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for the football, wrestling and women’s lacrosse teams. Prior to Newberry College, Brian graduated in 2012 from The University of Findlay with a Bachelor’s Degree in Strength and Conditioning and in 2014 he earned his Master’s Degree in Athletic Training. Brian was also a student athlete on the university football team for the 5 years he was enrolled.

Brian’s experience as both a collegiate athlete and athletic trainer bring a first-hand perspective of the athletic training clinic and weight room. He has a unique approach, which helps him to personalize a training plan for all of his athletes. He focuses on each and every one of his client’s over all well-being. In addition to this, he has helped athletes to recover from numerous sports injuries by encouraging and guiding them while they regain their pre-injury performance levels. Brian has worked with a diverse athletic population, covering almost every sport and age. He has a persuasive personality and friendly nature that helps him to connect and motivate clients to push hard to achieve their goals without overworking their bodies.

Brian has completed a Spartan Race and has plans to continue competing in them.

He loves all sports and is also dedicated to the weight room.

He currently resides in Shelby Township, Michigan.

Dr. Michael Miletic

Dr. Michael Miletic was a member of the 1984 Canadian Olympic weightlifting team. Following an injury just prior to the games, Dr. Miletic went into practice with the view of treating athletes on multiple levels.

He began with family practice and primary care sports medicine, prior to becoming board certified in psychiatry and neurology. At that point he began developing protocols for athletes to develop all of the mental strengths and capacities required for successful training and performance. He has worked with hundreds of NFL, NHL, college, and local high school athletes over this time.

Two years ago he began training in functional and regenerative medicine and has integrated that into his overall practice with athletes. This makes him unique in having been an international competitor, who became a physician specializing in both mental and physical aspects of sports training and performance.

Dr. Shelley Nepa, D.O.

Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Wayne State University School of Medicine

Clinical Interests:

  • Neck and Back Pain
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Sports Injuries
  • Spine Disorders
  • Electrodiagnostic Testing (EMG and Nerve Conduction Studies)
  • Brain Injury
  • Stroke

Board Certified:

  • American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • American Osteopathic Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Specialty Training:

  • Residency – Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Wayne State University – School of Medicine/Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, Detroit, MI, Chief Resident
  • Medical School: Michigan State University – College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Lansing, MI
  • Chiropractic School: Logan College of Chiropractic, St. Louis, MO

Vincent Hosfield B.S., MTOM, L.Ac.

Vince Hosfield is a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of Chinese Medicine. He graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Marketing. Vince studied acupuncture and Chinese medicine at the prestigious Emperors College of Traditional Oriental Medicine in Santa Monica, California. Upon returning to Michigan he worked as the staff acupuncturist at Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital and co-founded Michigan Integrative Medicine with Dr. Elizabeth Zide.

Vince has been treating pain and injuries for almost a decade. He has treated all types of athletes from professional football and hockey, high school and college athletes, to the novice “weekend warrior.” Vince combines acupuncture, electro stimulation and when applicable Chinese cupping. These therapies help to improve circulation, reduce pain, reduce inflammation, and improve recovery times.

Vince is excited to be joining the team at F.A.S.T. to focus on his passion for treating athletes and helping them improve their recovery times and get back to competition faster.

Jesse Nichols

Jesse is a member of the F.A.S.T team as a movement learning specialist. He teaches Movement Learning Systems, an educational program that mediates immediate and chronic pain, enhances physical performance, and improves critical thinking. The method is used by the general public, including athletes, nurses, golfers and anyone where more efficient movement will help them overcome their ongoing challenges. He has a studio at F.A.S.T. where he does private lessons and teaches public classes in several different venues. If you want to know where Jesse is teaching and the fees for public and private classes, plus more information about Movement Learning Systems, please call Jesse directly at 248-205-9889 or email him at jesse@movementlearning.com

Jacqueline Farber

Jacqueline is a dietitian, sports nutritionist, and medical nutrition specialist. After earning a bachelor’s in dietetics at Michigan State University, Jacqueline joined Health Care Solutions, where she utilizes her expertise to individualize the nutrient needs of each patients. She also, actively volunteers with the Detroit Red Wings dietitian and the Hockey Nutrition Network. She currently serves as the director of the Hockey Nutrition Network Ambassador Program, where she communicates evidence-based strategies to help athletes make simple dietary changes to improve their health and performance and reduce their risk of injuries.

Jacqueline is excited to be joining the team at F.A.S.T. to educate the athletes on the power of nutrition and their performance. “Nutrition isn’t just about eating, it’s about learning to live.”

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