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Andrew Jakiel

Title: Lecturer
Phone: 706-867-3221

Office: Convocation Center Room 005, Dahlonega
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Areas of Expertise: Corrective Exercises, Critical & Catastrophic Injury Management, Performance Enhancement, Soft Tissue Mobilization, Sports Supplementation & Nutrition, Therapeutic Exercises and Rehabilitation, Therapeutic Modalities


Mr. Jakiel is a certified athletic trainer currently employed in the department of kinesiology. Mr. Jakiel serves as an instructor in the Sports Medicine (SPMD) and Athletic Training Education Programs (ATEP) at the University of North Georgia. Mr. Jakiel also is the current clinical education coordinator for the ATEP.

Courses Taught

  • ATEP/SPMD 2335 – Athletic Training I
  • SPMD 3200 – Therapeutic Principles
  • ATEP 2336 – Practicum
  • ATEP 3370/L – Therapeutic Modalities
  • ATEP 3001 – Internship II
  • ATEP 3002 – Internship III
  • ATEP 4001 – Internship IV
  • ATEP 4002 – Internship V
  • ATEP 4465 – Critical Injury Management
  • ATEP 4469 - Pharmacology
  • KINS 3395 – Community and Consumer Health


  • B.S. , Athletic Training, University of Mount Union, 2008
  • M.S., Athletic Training, California University of Pennsylvania, 2013

Research/Special Interests

Research into concussions, mild traumatic brain injuries, student-athletes, international student-athletes, and blood flow occlusion training

Work Experience

  • University of North Georgia, Dahlonega, GA
  • California University of Pennsylvania, California, PA
  • Mercyhurst North East, Northeast, PA
  • University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Hamot, Erie, PA

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