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Tanya joined our practice in 2013 in our Sports Medicine Clinic and Outreach Program, working with several Rhode Island high schools covering home events. She completed her B.S. in Athletic Training with a Minor in Biology from Quinnipiac University in 2008, where she completed clinical assignments with various teams.

She earned her Masters of Education in Counseling at Providence College in 2013. While there she worked as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, working and traveling mainly with the Women’s Field Hockey and Softball programs and worked several of PC’s summer camps. Previously, she was an intern Athletic Trainer at Bryant University and spent two years as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Quinnipiac University. Outside of work Tanya enjoys staying fit and relaxing at the beach.

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December 31, 2020 / Health / Tanya Quaresma

It’s that time again…New Year’s resolutions!

Right around this time every year, most Americans are thinking the same thing, what is my New Year’s resolution going to be this year?  In the end, 2020 has been a rough year, so don’t put too much pressure on yourself when trying to meet your goals. The only kinds of resolutions you should make for 2021 are stress-free ones. Try to focus on "Progress, not perfection" this year and pursue a few goals in small steps. Here are a few tips that will help you to stay on track in the New Year.

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August 14, 2019 / Exercise Sports / Tanya Quaresma

Are you ready for some preseason?!

Summer break is slowly coming to an end, which means fall sports will be starting sooner than later. Before the official fall season starts up, kids must endure the dreaded preseason! This time of the year can be tough and there are certain things students, coaches, parents, and athletic trainers need to take into consideration to keep kids safe. The summer temperatures are still in full force and kids are susceptible to heat illnesses and dehydration.

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October 3, 2018 / / Tanya Quaresma

My allergies just got picked up for another season!

When we talk about seasonal allergies, most people think of them as only being a problem in the spring. However, fall allergies also get............3. Keep pollen out. Keep ragweed, or any pollen that triggers your allergy symptoms, out of your house. Several ways to

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