|Position:||University of Nebraska Athletics|
|Other Position:||Assistant Athletic Trainer|
Jason Amadio is in his first season as an assistant athletic trainer at Nebraska. Amadio works with the Husker football program, assisting with all aspects of the athletic medicine efforts for the team, including conditioning and preventive care, immediate care at practice and games as well as treatment and rehabilitation of injured athletes.
A certified athletic trainer, Amadio comes to Nebraska with experience as an athletic trainer for the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs. He also has worked with the Toronto Argonauts and the Hamilton Tigercats in the Canadian Football League. Previous to his time with the Chiefs, Amadio was a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Florida, where he assisted with the athletic medicine needs for a variety of teams.
Originally from Prince Township, Ontario, Canada, Amadio earned a bachelor’s of science degree with honors in kinesiology from the University of Waterloo in 2011, and a second bachelor's degree in applied health science with a specialization in athletic training from Sheridan College in 2015. He completed his master's degree in human performance and sports medicine at the University of Florida in 2018.
Amadio is a member of both the National Athletic Trainers’ Association as well as the Canadian Athletic Trainers’ Association and holds a certification as an NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist.