Certified athletic trainers are medical providers involved in the prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries resulting from physical activity. Athletic trainers are recognized by the American Medical Association as allied healthcare providers in the field of sports medicine. All certified athletic trainers have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited athletic training program and have passed a national competency exam administered by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification. Certified athletic trainers must also be licensed in the state of Wisconsin.
Our team of athletic trainers also provide dedicated outreach services to the high schools in Cambridge, Fort Atkinson, Palmyra-Eagle, and Lakeside Lutheran in Lake Mills. Students’ safety and good health during sports and physical activity is extremely important to us. We partner with your athletic teams and school administration to ensure best practices and rapid response to care is available when you need us.
Our AT services include weekly coverage in the training room for injury identification, injury management, and return to play for the athletes. Injury prevention is a big part of how we can help athletes stay in the competition. We also provide game coverage for home activities to cheer on the teams and give immediate care for athletes when and if they become injured.
Performance enhancement programs are also offered year-round for those looking to maximize their potential. These programs include:
Contact us today to receive any of these programs and services!
Sports Medicine Coordinator- Julia Neppl