AUBURN — Central Maine Conditioning Clinic Inc., 30 Belgrade Ave., has added four new staff members in the past year.

Karla Seaman, RN, BSN, joined CMCC on July 1. She is a graduate of the University of Southern Maine College of Nursing with numerous years of experience in health promotion, occupational health nursing and most recently as a health coach for Maine Oxy. She also worked with L.L. Bean Inc., in Freeport as an employee health nurse, as well as several other health-related positions, for nearly 23 years.

Elizabeth Gould started with the clinic on June 1. She is a graduate of USM with a Bachelor’s of Science in nursing degree. She has experience with assessing and managing acute/chronic medical conditions and diseases with a focus in cardio/pulmonary. She is licensed by the Maine State Board of Nursing and is a registered professional nurse. She is certified by the American Heart Association for basic life support and advanced cardiac life support. Prior to joining CMCC Inc., she worked at Central Maine Medical Center for three years on their telemetry unit as a cardio/pulmonary nurse and at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center as a labor and delivery nurse.

Aaron Schmersal joined the team as a licensed athletic trainer in the Fall of 2010. He is a 2010 graduate of the University of Maine at Presque Isle, where as a student he worked closely with NCAA DIII and NAIA collegiate teams in injury evaluation, rehabilitation and strength and conditioning. He works with companies and work-related injuries, athletes at local high schools, and recently became a certified occupational hearing specialist.

Rod Charest started with the clinic in the February of 2011. He is 1998 graduate from Plymouth State College. He has experience with injury evaluations and management, in addition to extensive experience performing functional capacity assessments and strength and conditioning programming. He is certified by the National Athletic Training Board of Certification, and licensed by the state of Maine. Prior to joining CMCC Inc., he owned his own business called Assessment Solutions and worked for a local hospital supervising the fitness center as well as helping to treat and prevent workplace injuries.

Central Maine Conditioning Clinic Inc. is a holistic sports medicine approach that has a strong focus on conditioning and preparing a person/employee for the accomplishment of a goal or task. The focal point of intervention is on life and work conditioning, general fitness and health promotion, including, but not limited to, proper training, personal and occupational injury prevention and rehabilitation, sports conditioning and lifestyle changes. Robert H. Brainerd Jr. started CMCC in 1991. It is currently owned and operated by Brainerd and his business partner, Pamela Ward Edgecomb.


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