Recovery Day Blog – Providing A Closer Look At Our Wellness Services, Therapies, and Treatments

Our Goal At Recovery Day Is To Provide You With Help and Healing Through Our Service Offerings and Education.

Whether you are a casual runner, church league “baller”, high school baseball player, senior league bowler, collegiate tennis player, powerlifter, professional football player, or stay at home parent – all have a couple things in common. Nagging, annoying aches, pains and soreness that we all experience no matter the level of training or fitness. Through this resource we will share treatment information on an array of musculoskeletal treatments and therapies including; cryotherapy, electrical stimulation, thermotherapy, intermittent compression, manual therapy and more.

By using our skill set in patient care and communication, we hope to ensure that every client feels like they are the athletes that we have worked with for years. Using our expertise in these types of therapies will allow Recovery Day to give you the best treatment possible to ensure your well-being and hope to feel recovered.

The Recovery Day Professional Team:


Katelyn Stegall

Katelyn has been a resident of South Carolina almost her entire life, growing up in the Myrtle Beach area. Katelyn received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Training from the University of South Carolina in 2012 and then went directly to Florida Atlantic University to pursue her Master of Science Degree in Exercise Science.

While there, she was the graduate assistant athletic trainer for both the indoor and beach volleyball teams. Katelyn completed her Master of Science Degree in May 2018 and has since acquired both her Corrective Exercise Specialist certification, as well as her Performance Enhancement Specialist certification. She recently achieved her Doctorate from A.T. Still University.


Joel Curry

Curry graduated from the University of South Carolina in May 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training. During his time there, he worked with the football, baseball, track and field, and volleyball programs. He also had a stint with USC Campus Recreation and Dreher High School in Columbia.

Throughout his professional career, Curry served as an intern athletic trainer for both the Arizona Cardinals and the Carolina Panthers. Curry has also spent time working at USC Upstate, primarily with women’s soccer, cross country, track and field.
Curry received his Masters’ degree from California University of Pennsylvania, where he studied exercise science with a concentration in injury prevention.


It would be our privilege to help you achieve the level of recovery you deserve in order to have a more comfortable and enjoyable life! Contact us today to speak with a certified trainer that can deliver a treatment plan best suited for your personal needs. We have services to fit your budget and also have membership plans to see you more often while providing a discount.


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