Mary D. Nadelen, M.A.

Clinical Associate Professor

Mary D. Nadelen,

Contact Info

Burdick Hall, 121 H
Monday/Wednesday 2-3 pm and by appointment


M.A., Sports Medicine, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2002

B.S., Exercise Science/Athletic Training, Ithaca College, 2000

Areas of Expertise

Orthopedic Evaluation
Functional Movement Systems (FMS)

Professor Nadelen is the Clinical Education Coordinator for the Athletic Training Program.  She teaches multiple courses in the Athletic training program, including introduction to athletic training, lower and upper extremity evaluation and general medical aspects in athletic training.  She has given presentations on mobilization and rehabilitation of the spine and is currently researching the impact of FMS on collegiate women’s lacrosse athletes and high school football athletes.  Clinically she has been an active member of US lacrosse, serving as the athletic training for the U-19 Women’s National Team (2011).

Courses Taught 

  • KNES 381 Basic Clinical Athletic Training I
  • KNES 385 Intermediate Clinical Athletic Training I
  • KNES 389 Advanced Clinical Athletic Training II 
  • KNES 432 General Medical Aspects
  • ATTR 615 Acute and Traumatic Injury: Assessment and Management
  • ATTR 626 Evidence Based Assessment of the Upper Extremity
  • ATTR 702 Pathophysiology of Medical Conditions
  • ATTR 602, 604, 703 Practicum Experiences I, II, and IV