Cristina Nistler joined the Georgetown Sports Medicine staff in the summer of 2010, her primary sports responsibilities are women's soccer and women's lacrosse.
Nistler graduated from University of Minnesota-Morris in 2006 with a bachelor's degree in Spanish and a concentration in sports science. She furthered her education at Saint Cloud State University (Minn.) gaining an additional bachelor's in athletic training and earning a master's in exercise science.
Prior to Georgetown, Nistler traveled to La Ceiba, Honduras in 2008 to assist physical therapists working with the semi-professional soccer club Victoria. She also spent a year interning at Northwestern University working with its football and baseball teams.
Locally, Nistler spent the summer of 2013 as the athletic trainer for the Bethesda Big Train, a collegiate summer team.
Nistler is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, the Mid-Atlantic Trainers' Association, the Virginia Athletic Trainers' Association and the District of Columbia Athletic Trainers' Association. She is also an approved clinical instructor for Shenandoah University
The Saint Cloud, Minn., native currently resides in Alexandria, Va.