Performance Sport & Spine announced today that it has been chosen to be a part of the Sports Medicine team for Warren County High School’s football and volleyball programs for the 2015-16 school year.
Starting immediately, Dr. Jeremy Busch, Dr. Tom Dickerson, and Dr. Jasmine Robinson, along with Athletic Trainer Whitney Shifflet, will join team physician Dr. Tripp Bradd and work alongside Warren County High School’s athletic trainer, Jeff Crawford to diversify services for WCHS’s athletes.
”We have always considered ourselves Wildcats by showing our support of the school and its athletic programs, but now we are excited to provide support at a much higher level by working directly with the team,” Dr. Busch said. “It’s our mission to keep Warren County High School’s athletes strong, safe and confident before, during, and after the game. Our involvement and presence on the sidelines will help to do just that.”
Sideline services will include athletic taping before and during games, assisting with stretches and conducting PreHab exercises, which are specialized exercises that help prevent injuries, restore biomechanics, optimize movement, and improve performance. While bringing expertise of conservative management of sport-related injuries, they will also assist Crawford during games with triaging injuries, expediting a safe return to play, and helping determine whether an athlete should sit out for the remainder of the game.
The Performance Sport & Spine team will assist with sideline coverage of athletes for the majority of Wildcats football and volleyball games this fall. Specializing in rapid recovery from sports injuries by utilizing the most advanced physical medicine and rehabilitation services while also optimizing performance, Performance Sport & Spine is committed to providing a concierge level of care for WCHS athletes. They will also offer same-day visits and evaluations for student athletes, as well as access to a direct physicians line for 24-hour care and assistance.