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Jeffrey Doeringer, Ph.D., ATC

Jeffrey Doeringer
Assistant Professor

College of Health Care Sciences
Department of Health and Human Performance

Honors Engagement

  • Serves on Honors Faculty Coordinating Committee

Research Focus

  • Neuromechanics
  • Rehabilitation of Sports Injuries
  • Prevention Programs of Athletic Injuries
  • Therapeutic Interventions (Modalities)
  • Concussions


  • Ph.D. Oregon State University
  • M.S. Ohio University
  • B.S. East Stroudsburg University

Jeffrey Doeringer teaches a wide variety of courses at NSU, including Rehabilitation of Sports Injuries, Injury Evaluation II, Emergency Care and First Aid, Principles of Athletic Training, Strength and Conditioning, Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries, Kinesiology, and First-Year Seminar. His scholarship mission is to study and better understand the sensory and motor systems of the human body for the promotion of human movement, physical activity, and injury prevention. His research has expanded to include the most efficient ways of concussion management on the sidelines by athletic trainers and health care providers. He also has investigated the cryotherapy impact on recovery, both psychological and physical, of muscle damage exercises.

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