||Dickinson Athletic Training
What We Do
The Dickinson College Sports Medicine Program services 23 intercollegiate sports, and approximately 600 student-athletes. The approximately 20 student workers are employed through work-study or institutional funding. The student workers are all certified in First-Aid and CPR, and assist in providing emergency care and first-aid for the student-athletes.
The student workers are primarily science majors and have a special interest in medicine. In addition, there are some with diverse backgrounds such as political science, history, spanish, and computer science,
The sports medicine program is supervised by the orthopedic physicians at Appalachian Orthopedics; Dr. Hely, Dr. Green, and Dr. Oplinger, and the general practitioners, Dr. Daniels and Dr. Dell of the Three Springs Family Practice. With our broad base of staffing, (Physicians, ATC's and student workers), we provide a comprehensive plan of care for all our student-athletes.
Who We Are
Janelle Nolt joined the Dickinson College Athletic Training Staff in 2002. She serves as an Assistant Athletic Trainer and as an Instructor in the Health and Physical Education Department. She is also a member of the Health and Wellness Committee.
Janelle is a 2002, magna cum laude graduate of Messiah College, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in athletic training. Along with being a Certified Athletic Trainer, she is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a certified examiner for the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification. Janelle is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association and the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers' Society
She is originally from Ephrata, Pennsylvania, but currently resides in Mechanicsburg. When she is not busy in the athletic training room, Janelle enjoys her free time by participating in a variety of sports, listening to music and spending time with friends.
Adam Richmond (richmona@dickinson)
Lindsey Bates (batesl@dickinson)