Jeffrey R. Doeringer


Associate Professor

Office: Wellness Center #129
Phone: (210) 805-3567

  • PhD, Oregon State University
  • MS, Ohio University
  • BS, East Stroudsburg University

Dr. Doeringer began his interests in teaching during his PhD program teaching in an undergraduate athletic training program. He carried that into his first job at Nova Southeastern University in undergraduate and graduate athletic training programs.

Dr. Doeringer has taught courses related to sports medicine/athletic training including orthopedic evaluation, rehabilitation of sport injuries, emergency care and therapeutic interventions (exercise and modalities). He has also taught courses in exercise science related to kinesiology, strength and conditioning, health and wellness, and prevention and care of athletic injuries. He has taught "first year experience" seminars to incoming freshman to teach students how to thrive and be successful in college.

Dr. Doeringer's scholarship mission is to study the effects of therapeutic interventions on the body's recovery and progression through rehabilitation. Current studies involve the use of cryotherapy, self-myofascial release, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) and therapeutic cupping.

  • Doeringer, J. Colas, M. Khan, I. Post-Exercise Cooling Modified Muscle Performance and Soreness Perception. Translational Sports Medicine. 2020;3:278-283
  • Hoffman, M. Doeringer, J. Norcross, M. Johnson, S. Chappell, P. Presynaptic Inhibition Decreases when Estrogen Level Rises. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. 2018; 28(9)
  • Doeringer, J. Colas, M. Peacock, C. Gatens, D. The Effects of Post-Exercise Cooling on Muscle Performance and Soreness Perception. International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training 2018;23:73-76
  • Doeringer, J. Johnson, S. Norcross, M. Hoffman, M. Plyometric Exercises from a Knee Anterior Cruiciate Ligament Prevention Program on the Rate of Isometric Torque Development and Vertical Jump Height. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice. 2017;16(1)