Athletic Training Service

Athletic trainers help prevent and treat injuries for athletes of all ages and all levels. They work together with the patient’s physician(s) to determine the best treatment plan for recovery and evaluate when the athletic patient is ready to return to play. Patients and clients served by athletic trainers can include: 

  • Recreational, amateur, and professional athletes
  • Individuals who have suffered musculoskeletal injuries
  • Those seeking strength, conditioning, fitness, and performance enhancement
  • Others referred by their physician or specialist

An athletic trainer is not a personal trainer. Where a personal trainer develops and works with those in an exercise or fitness program, an athletic trainer specializes in recognizing, treating and preventing musculoskeletal injuries. Personal trainers may earn credentials through a number of agencies, but are able to work as fitness trainers without formal instruction or certification. An athletic trainer must graduate with a bachelor’s or master’s degree from an accredited professional athletic training education program. 

Athletic Training Services

Our sports medicine program currently supplies athletic training services to area high schools, colleges and community athletic programs.  Working to keep your athletes on top of their game, our athletic trainers provide services such as:

  • Injury assessments
  • Athletic training program management
  • Injury Prevention
  • Licensed athletic trainers available to evaluate non-emergent sports injuries
  • Provide recommendations
  • Physical therapists and licensed athletic trainers can work together with parents, physicians and coaches to get athletes back in the game

Appointments

For performance enhancement program:

  • 414-805-3666
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Locations

Sports Medicine Center 8700 W. Watertown Plank Road Milwaukee, WI 53226

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