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John Ochsenwald, MS, LAT

Clinical Assistant Professor, Director of Sports Medicine, Head Athletic Trainer
 John Ochsenwald
(414) 229-6572
(414) 229-6671
Pavilion 250E

Education

MS Kinesiology University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1982
BS Health Education Ohio State University 1980

Interests & Expertise

John Ochsenwald has been teaching at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) for nearly twenty years. In 1992, he and clinical instructor Rebecca Worman started the Athletic Training Education Program.

In addition to his work with the College of Health Sciences, he also works in two other departments on campus: Intercollegiate Athletics and Norris Health Center, where he is Head Athletic Trainer and Director of Sports Medicine. Ochsenwald is also directly responsible for the health care of the men’s soccer team.

Presentations

Earl, J. E., Arvinen-Barrow, M., Kundrat, S. M., & Ochsenwald, J. C. (August 2014). Performance Enhancement Program. Student-Athlete Physical Testing protocol with Nutrition and Psychosocial screening, research baseline development with as needed with Inter-professional Intervention. , .
Harycki, K. J., Oblak, P. A., Ochsenwald, J. C., & Earl-Boehm, J. E. (June 2014). Comparing the Effectiveness of a Foam-rolling Technique to Stretching for Iliotibial Band Extensibility. National Athletic Trainers’ Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, Indianapolis, IN.
Harycki, K. J., Oblak, P. A., Ochsenwald, J. C., & Earl-Boehm, J. E. (April 2014). Comparing the Effectiveness of a Foam-rolling Technique to Stretching for Iliotibial Band Extensibility. University of Wisconsin System Undergraduate Research Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
Earl, J. E., Hoch, A. Z., Labish, T., Lachacz, J., Truebenbach, C., Ochsenwald, J. C., & Worman, R. (April 2009). Patient Outcome, Strength, and Lower Extremity Biomechanics Following a Proximal Rehabiliation Program in Women with Patellofemoral Pain Syndrom. International Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome Research Retreat, Baltimore, MD.
Earl, J. E., Hoch, A. Z., Labisch, T., Lachacz, J., Truebenbach, C., Ochsenwald, J. C., & Worman, R. (June 2008). Patient Outcomes, Strength, and Lower Extremity Biomechanics Following a Proximal Rehabilitation Program in Women with Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. NATA Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, St. Louis, MO.

Courses Taught

  • Recognition and Evaluation of Injuries in Athletic Training: Lower Body (Fall)
  • Recognition and Evaluation of Injuries in Athletic Training: Upper Body (Spring)