Mann and Romanick earn honors from North Dakota Athletic Trainers Association
School of Medicine and Health Sciences faculty members William Mann and Mark Romanick were honored recently by the North Dakota Athletic Trainers Association.
Mann is the medical director for the Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training program and clinical associate professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine. He received the Non-Athletic Trainer Service Award. Mann has been a team physician for UND since 1985; he has served on the North Dakota Licensure Board for Athletic Training and has presented many talks on sports medicine for athletic trainers.
Romanick is an associate professor in the Department of Physical Therapy; he was elected to the NDATA Hall of Fame for his work and achievements in furthering the athletic training profession in North Dakota. A physical therapist and a certified athletic trainer, Romanick teaches biomechanics and kinesiology, clinical examination and evaluation, manual therapy, intervention techniques, prevention and wellness, and advanced anatomy and sports physical therapy. His areas of interest are sports medicine, orthopedics, biomechanics, and the biology of aging.