Front Office

Nate Breske
Head Athletic Trainer

Nate Breske is in his third season as the head athletic trainer of the Chicago Bears.

Breske came to the Bears in 2015 after spending seven years (2008-14) with San Francisco as the 49ers director of rehabilitation and assistant head athletic trainer.

Prior to his time with the 49ers, Breske founded...

Nate Breske is in his third season as the head athletic trainer of the Chicago Bears.

Breske came to the Bears in 2015 after spending seven years (2008-14) with San Francisco as the 49ers director of rehabilitation and assistant head athletic trainer.

Prior to his time with the 49ers, Breske founded Physical Therapy Specialists, an outpatient clinic which specialized in sports medicine, post-op orthopedic cases and pain management, in Watertown, South Dakota. He also served as the director of athletic training for the Watertown School System.

Breske obtained his doctorate degree (2000-04) in physical therapy from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. In that span, he also interned with the New England Patriots during the 2003 preseason as an athletic trainer.

From 1995 to 2000, Breske pursued a bachelor's degree in athletic training, biology and psychology at Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota He was the starting quarterback for the Wolves as a junior and senior. A two-time team captain, Breske earned all-conference (NSIC) and academic all-conference honors. He was an all-state football player at Webster (S.D.) High School.

Breske is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society (PFATS).

Born in Pierre, South Dakota, he and his wife, Tia, have two sons, Jherek and Keon, and daughter, Emsley.