If you are a middle school athlete or a 60-year-old weekend warrior, you can depend on us for the area’s best sports medicine care. As the exclusive healthcare provider for all BGSU Falcon Athletics, we provide on-site medical support, athletic training, and physical and occupational therapy for the athletes.
We treat and prevent injuries to keep athletes in the game.
We have physicians fellow-trained in sports medicine and trauma to provide expert treatment of sports-related injuries, including ACL repairs and arthroscopy. We offer the latest minimally-invasive surgical techniques in a new, state-of-the-art surgery center. And our facilities are equipped with cutting-edge technological advances in radiology and rehabilitation.
We are committed to our community’s sports health.
Athletic Training keeps local players safe.
Our staff of certified and licensed athletic trainers work closely with high school athletes, coaches and families to prevent injuries, optimize performance, and return injured players to competition as quickly and safely as possible. These community affiliations provide on-site coverage to Bowling Green, Eastwood and Elmwood High Schools.
Free Sports Trauma Clinic offers specialized care for Friday night injuries.
On select Saturday mornings, our sports medicine physicians and athletic trainers conduct free evaluations of school-aged athletes with sports-related injuries. There may be fees for additional services such as X-rays, casting, rehab, lab tests and other procedures. Click here for Trauma Clinic dates or call (419) 373-4154.
ImPACT® Concussion Testing assures a safe return to play.
The Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing (ImPACT) computerized management tool helps evaluate and manage concussion for early assessment, treatment, and return-to-play decisions. We also train coaches in this critical testing protocol.
Coaches Clinic helps local schools maintain excellence.
The Coaches Clinic is designed for coaches required to obtain a Pupil Activity Permit approved by the Ohio Department of Education. The Pupil Activity Permit is required for a pupil activity program that involves athletics, routine or regular physical activity or activities with health and safety considerations. Register for a Coaches Clinic.
Summer Sports Performance Training helps athletes improve their game.
Sports Performance Training, held in June and July, is a summer program for teens age 12 and older. The program is designed to be flexible to fit busy schedules. Athletes are assembled in small groups for hour-long sessions. Each athlete is evaluated by an athletic trainer who designs a program to help maximize each individual’s performance skills.
The performance training includes:
- Weight training
- Core conditioning
- Plyometrics/jump training
- Strengthening with stretch/flex bands