Corey A. Oshikoya, MED, ATC, CSCS, EMT-B

Contributing Faculty, MHA Programs


Distance Programs


College of Health Sciences


Sports Medicine


Master of Education in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine, University of Virginia
Regent Bachelor of Arts, West Virginia University

Research Interests

Cultural Competence in Athletic Training

Prior to joining the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, Corey Oshikoya served as an assistant athletic trainer for the Denver Broncos from 1999 to 2015 to provide care and management of athletic injuries. He also previously worked as an intern athletic trainer at the Miami Dolphins and the Dallas Cowboys. His experience also includes serving as the assistant athletics director of sports medicine and head athletic trainer at Loyola University in Chicago.

He has presented frequently at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association annual symposium and the Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers’ Association’s symposium. Oshikoya received the 2014 West Virginia University Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series award and the 2010 Tim Davey Assistant Athletic Trainer of the Year award, which was presented by the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society. Oshikoya is currently in his second term as the president of the Colorado Athletic Trainers’ Association and is also the Colorado representative to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers’ Association.

Athletic Training Course Instruction
Oshikoya is the creator of the Cultural Competence course. He brings his elite athlete clinical experience from the NFL Denver Broncos to the classroom, fostered by life experience and his current pursuit of a master’s degree in theology. The course focuses broadly on understanding the multilayered athlete-patient and appreciating cultural differences across sport populations; students learn to pair those differences with effective tools to promote best practice prevention and care.