Janine Oman has over 25 years experience in the collegiate athletics environment with her primary background as an athletic trainer and physical therapist providing care to student athletes. Currently Janine serves as the assistant athletic director for sport administration and sport performance. She recently added sport oversight duties for men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women's volleyball, field hockey, and rowing teams. Her other duties include leading a collaborative health care model inclusive of athletic training and strength and conditioning within Athletics and physician, nutrition, and psychology services from the OSU Sports Medicine Center.
Janine graduated from the Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Medical Professions with a certificate in physical therapy in 1985. Janine has an advanced master's degree in physical therapy from the University of North Carolina and obtained her athletic training certification in 1989. She worked as a physical therapist and athletic trainer for M/W track and field, W Volleyball, W Gymnastics, and M/W tennis while at North Carolina from 1989-1996. She returned back to Ohio State in 1996 as an assistant athletic trainer. She has worked with men's lacrosse, women's soccer, and the men's and women's tennis teams as well as providing PT services to student athletes from a multitude of other sports. She was named a Co-Head Athletic Trainer in 2005 and promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Sport Performance in 2007.
Janine is a member of the National Athletic Trainer's Association and is an adjunct faculty member in the Athletic Training Education program and the Physical Therapy Sports Residency program.
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