Bristol University Athletic Training
The Bristol University Athletic Training is led by Dr. Willis Sutcliff of Impact Rehabilition Center in Orange, CA. Marcy Griffitts is the ATC for Bristol University's Athletic Program. Dr. Willis Sutcliff and Marcy Griffitts are committed to providing comprehensive, high-quality physical rehabilitation to every student-athlete. They coordinate all aspects of the student-athlete’s healthcare including physician referrals, determining participation status, and the counseling and education of athletes. On-site medical services provided include, but are not limited to, prevention, evaluation and treatment of athletic related injuries and rehabilitation services.
Willis Sutcliff, MPT, ATC, has been working in Athletic Training and Physical Therapy for 17 years. A two-time graduate of Chapman University, he is passionate about helping to heal people of all ages. He is the owner of Impact Rehabilitation Center, a physical therapy outpatient practice in Orange.
During his career, he has worked as an Athletic Trainer for Chapman University, Orange County Zodiac Professional Soccer Team, Belmont Shore Professional Rugby Team, Servite High School, Orange High School, Villa Park High School, Orange Lutheran High School, and Bristol University. Willis taught Human Anatomy lecture and lab at Chapman University for three years. His wife, Diana, is also a Physical Therapist and works at Impact Rehabilitation Center. In his spare time,
he is passionate about riding and racing bicycles and being a dedicated father to his two children, Collin and Aliena.