Athletic Trainer Bios
St. Louis Cardinals
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Director of Medical Operations, Head Athletic Trainer

Adam Olsen

Adam continues his role as Director of Medical Operations and Head Athletic Trainer for the St. Louis Cardinals, following completion of six seasons as their Assistant Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist. Prior to his time in St. Louis, he served for four seasons as the Medical/Rehab Coordinator for the Cardinals out of their Spring Training Complex in Jupiter, Florida. Olsen is a native of Green Bay, Wisconsin and is a graduate of Auburn University where he earned his Athletic Training Certification. Olsen worked as an athletic trainer for Disney’s Wide World of Sports and Wildwood High School in the Orlando area before returning to school for his Master’s in Physical Therapy from The University of Wisconsin – Madison. Following graduation, Olsen completed a post-professional Sports Physical Therapy Fellowship at Champion Sports Medicine and the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) under the direction of Dr. James Andrews and Kevin E. Wilk in Birmingham, Alabama. Olsen and his wife, Amy, reside in St. Louis with their daughters, Annabelle Frances and Piper James, and their dog August.

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Assistant Athletic Trainer

Chris Conroy

Chris is entering his eleventh season with the St Louis Cardinals major league staff, after thirteen years in their minor league system. Chris spent time with five different affiliates, including the Memphis Redbirds, where he spent seven seasons. Along with being a certified athletic trainer, he is a certified strength and conditioning specialist, a performance enhancement specialist, a corrective exercise specialist, and is currently working on advanced SFMA / FMS testing systems and various manual therapy based treatment paradigms. Born an Irish citizen, Chris was naturalized as a United States Citizen on July 3, 2010. He and his wife Kristi, and two daughters Madelyn, and Cecelia reside in Kirkwood, Mo.

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Assistant Athletic Trainer

Keith Joynt

Keith is entering his first season with the St. Louis Cardinals major league staff, after serving in the minor league farm system since 2007. He was most recently the Medical Coordinator for Player Development, and worked in that role since 2017. Starting with the organization in 2007, he has also been a minor league affiliate athletic trainer, Assistant Rehabilitation Coordinator, and also the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator. Prior to joining the club, he was the Head ATC with the Detroit Ignition of the Major Indoor Soccer League. Keith and his family have recently moved from the Sunshine State to St. Louis.