Mark Caballero

Mark Caballero finished his undergraduate degree in exercise physiology in 2014. Shortly after, he took on his current role of teaching laboratory coordinator for the Program in Exercise Science in Marquette University’s Department of Physical Therapy. After his junior year, as part of an Accelerated Degree Program, Mark also started working on his M.S. in Clinical and Translational Rehabilitation Science specifically focusing on the Hispanic population in Milwaukee’s south side at the United Community Center (UCC). Specifically, during his undergraduate studies he started volunteering and then later worked for the Youth Empowered to Succeed (YES) program after being awarded a graduate assistantship. YES is a community intervention funded by the Office of Minority Health for at-risk—low GPA and overweight/obese—Latino/a youth. This is a collaboration between Marquette University’s Physical Therapy department and the UCC. Mark's current research interests include aerobic exercise intervention programs such as triathlon (swimming, biking, and running) as a mode of rehabilitation to safely train overweight and obese youth into a healthy weight status. He is both a USA Triathlon certified level 1 and Youth & Junior coach. His future research may include sports performance in youth and adults.

Mark’s Master’s committee includes:


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About the Marquette Sports Rehabilitation Clinic

The Marquette Sports Rehabilitation Clinic (MSRC) is a full-service outpatient rehabilitation and sports medicine clinic that offers the expertise of licensed Physical Therapists and licensed Athletic Trainers with the convenience of an on-campus location. MSRC is a part of the College of Health Sciences' nationally ranked Department of Physical Therapy. MSRC primarily serves the Marquette community including students, staff, faculty and spouses/dependents of employees. MSRC does additionally welcome patients from the greater Milwaukee community at large.

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