Sports Medicine

Keeping athletes healthy, and treating them when they’re not, requires highly specialized care. Methodist Fremont Health offers a complete range of sports medicine services dedicated to student-athletes at area schools. This comprehensive service line includes rehabilitation, injury management, access to certified athletic trainers and injury prevention education.

At the core of every successful athlete is physical fitness. We offer a variety of programs and clinics to keep athletes at the peak of performance, including speed and agility training, jumping technique and ACL prevention, and sport-specific biomechanical analysis. Plus, we’re right here for athletic training coverage:

  • Game and practice coverage
  • First aid
  • Injury prevention education
  • Early intervention injury evaluation
  • Rehabilitation and injury management

Saturday Sports Injury Walk-in Clinic

Injuries don’t always happen at the most convenient times. That’s why Methodist Fremont Health offers a free Sports Injury Walk-in Clinic each Saturday during the fall. So injured athletes from any high school in the region can show up and be seen by experts in sports medicine, including providers from Methodist Fremont Health Family Care and Methodist Fremont Health Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. The clinic is located in the Rehabilitation Department at Methodist Fremont Health Medical Center and is open each Saturday from 9 – 11 a.m., now through mid-November. Athletes are asked to check in by 10 a.m. and are seen on a first come, first served basis.

Athletic Trainers in Area Schools

Methodist Fremont Health’s Sports Medicine team works hard to prevent and minimize sports injuries, providing free training coverage at eight area schools – Archbishop Bergan, Cedar Bluffs, Fremont High, Logan View, Lyons-Decatur Northeast, Mead, North Bend Central, and Scribner-Snyder.

Free Pre-Participation Sports Screens

Every year our medical staff and sports medicine volunteers provide free sports pre-participation screenings to hundreds of student-athletes.

For more information about any of our Sports Medicine programs or services, call (402) 727-3329.