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Jodi Schumacher, MS, AT, ATC

Assistant Professor of Athletic Training; Program Coordinator

318J Porter


Master of Exercise and Sport Science - University of Florida
Bachelor of Science - Eastern Michigan University

Professional Summary

Jodi has been a BOC-certified Athletic Trainer since 1994. She has practiced in the clinical, high school and collegiate settings. She was hired as a faculty member in the Athletic Training Program here at Eastern Michigan University in 1998. Her teaching focus is administration and legal issues in Athletic Training as well as structural kinesiology. She resides in Canton, MI with her family, husband Mark and three kids Emma, Mitchell, and Ryan.

Courses Taught

  • ATTR 295: Assessment of Lower Body Injuries
  • ATTR 485: Seminar in Athletic Training
  • ATTR 390: Senior Practicum
  • ATTR 421: Admin and Legal Aspects of AT
  • ATTR 296: Assessment of Upper Body Injuries
  • ATTR 304: Structural Kinesiology
  • ATTR 290: Practicum II
  • SPMD 280: Pharmacology for Sports Med

Selected Presentations and/or Publications

  • Sweet, J. and Johnson, J. (Schumacher). (2011) The Legal Liability of Coaching, MHSAA
  • Johnson, J (Schumacher). and Sweet, J. (2010) Why Should I Hire an Athletic Trainer?, MHSAA
  • Thomas, D., Glogoski, C., Johnson, J. (Schumacher), (2006). The Effect of a Supervised Walking Program on Wandering Among Residents with Dementia. Activities, Adaptations & Aging, 30 (4),1-13.
  • "Questions and Concerns Regarding a Variety of Athletic Training Settings" Michigan Athletic Trainers' Society First Annual Student Seminar , November 7, 2004. Johnson, J. (Schumacher).
  • Johnson, J.(Schumacher), (2003). Injuries in Female Athletes. Proceedings of the National Conference on Girls' and Women's Physical Activity and Sport, Feb. 2003. (Abstract)

Additional Information

The Athletic Training Program is part of the School of Health Promotion & Human Performance, 318 Porter Building, 734.487.0090