Kyle Brazeal joined OIAIS in 2016 as Head Athletic Trainer. He handles the daily medical and health-related concerns of all our Minotaur athletes. Kyle is involved in the prevention, treatment and constant care of our student athletes. He also educates the student-athletes so that they can remain healthy and return quickly and safely to the playing field.
After serving 5 years in the U.S. Navy, Kyle attended Northern Arizona University to earn his Master’s degree in Athletic Training. While furthering his education, Kyle also worked with the University of Arizona’s Football and Baseball teams including trips to the New Mexico Bowl and the 2016 College World Series.
Kyle is a BOC Certified Athletic Trainer who holds an Arizona State License as an Athletic Trainer and is First Aid/AED Certified as a professional rescuer. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association as well as the Rocky Mountain Athletic Training Association and the Arizona Athletic Training Association.
Kyle works closely with Pediatric Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Specialists at Phoenix Children’s Hospital to provide the highest level of care for all of our student athletes.
Kyle is an Arizona native who enjoys going to concerts and spending time with his family. He enjoys learning about new technology and also has a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems for Wayland Baptist University.