Debbie Dalsin  
Debbie Dalsin

Position:
Asst. Athletic Trainer


Office Phone: 612-626-4740
E-mail: dmdalsin@umn.edu

Debbie joined the Athletic Medicine staff at the University of Minnesota in the Spring of 2012 and works with Women's Hockey and the Men's & Women's Tennis teams. A native of Bloomington, MN, Debbie earned her undergraduate degree in Sports Medicine from Mercyhurst College in 2006. She became a Certified Athletic Trainer in the Spring of 2006 and entered graduate school at Ohio University to study Recreation and Sport Science with a concentration in Athletic Training Education. While at OU, Debbie worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer, and covered the men's wrestling team and assisted with the field hockey team. After graduating with a Masters of Science degree from Ohio University, she accepted a position as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Robert Morris University in 2007 to work primarily with their women's hockey team. Debbie also provided coverage for the Colonial field hockey, tennis and track and field teams. Returning to her home state in 2010 she spent 2 years working as a Physician Extender at TRIA Orthopaedic Center in Bloomington, MN. During this time she also served as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Academy of Holy Angels high school in Richfield, MN.

Debbie currently resides in St. Paul, MN.

Clinical Interests
Post-operative care and management
Lower extremity functional rehabilitation progression
Mental health
Manual therapy

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