Sports Medicine Staff
Gregg Boughton, MS, ATC, LAT, CSCS, EMT-B
Head Athletic Trainer/Academic Adviser, Athletics
Gregg has been the head athletic trainer at LCCC since 2004. Prior to LCCC, he was coordinator of the Sports Medicine Outreach Program for Gem City Bone and Joint (Laramie, WY), athletic trainer for both Cody High School and Northwest College, head athletic trainer at Nike World Headquarters (Beaverton, Ore.), and started his career at Rehab Works in Spring Hill, Fla., where he was also the athletic trainer for Central High School. Gregg also worked for St. Alphonsus Rehabilitation Services and Boise High School while attending graduate school at Boise State University where he was a graduate assistant.
Gregg is also certified as a strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and has completed training as an EMT-B. The Douglas, Wyo., native is a graduate of the University of Wyoming and attended graduate school at both Boise State University as well as California University of Pennsylvania. He also volunteers for the Justin Boots Sports Medicine Team at Cheyenne Frontier Days. In addition he is the public relations chairman for the Wyoming Athletic Trainers Association and is a member of the Wyoming High School Activities Association Sports Medicine Advisory Committee. He is also the academic adviser for the athletics department at LCCC.
Vincent “Skip” Ross, MD
Dr. Ross, owner of SMART Sports Medicine Center, has been the LCCC athletics department physician since 2007. Dr. Ross was raised in Cheyenne and graduated from East High School. He moved on to play football while earning his undergraduate degree from Hastings (NE) College. He then graduated from medical school at Creighton University and completed his residency in family medicine at the University of Wyoming Family Medicine Residency Program. He has owned and operated SMART Sports since 1986, specializing in primary care, non-operative orthopedic sports medicine. In addition, Dr. Ross also practices with Orthopedic Center of the Rockies (Fort Collins, Colo.) where he holds clinics two times a week. He is active with the Justin Boots Sports Medicine Team, serving as a physician for Cheyenne Frontier Days, as well as other rodeo events.