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Agnesian HealthCare welcomes athletic trainer to Markesan School District

3:29 PM, Sep. 19, 2013  |  Comments
AMANDA MLODZIK
AMANDA MLODZIK
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Amanda Mlodzik, LAT, a certified athletic trainer with Ripon Medical Center's Sports, Spine & Work Center, is now serving as an athletic trainer with the Markesan School District.

As a certified athletic trainer, Mlodzik focuses on injury prevention and recovery. When athletes are injured, an athletic trainer helps carry out plans and methods for healing the injury with the goals of helping athletes to continue competing or to resume competing as soon as possible.

Before coming to Ripon Medical Center, Mlodzik worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at California State University Northridge, and was an athletic training student in the Carroll University Athletic Training Room. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Carroll University, and a Master's of Science degree in Kinesiology from California State University Northridge.

For more information, call 748-9138.

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