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What is an Athletic Trainer?

Why Should I Exercise?

The Oakwood Sports Medicine program is designed for anyone who is physically active. Whether you’re a senior maintaining an active lifestyle, a weekend warrior, a sports enthusiast or an experienced athlete, your individual needs are as diverse as the activities you pursue. When you suffer an injury, it can disrupt your daily routine and the activities that keep you fit. That’s where the Oakwood Sports Medicine program can help. We have a variety of services designed to focus on your
individual abilities and level of fitness to get you back to your daily activities.

You don’t have to be a superstar or professional athlete to benefit from our expertise in orthopedic care and state-of-the-art procedures. Injury and illness prevention is the foundation of Oakwood Sports Medicine and is essential in providing the best possible care to the physically active. Our team is comprised of orthopedic and sports medicine physicians, physiatrists, family physicians, pediatricians, athletic trainers and physical therapists. Our interdisciplinary approach to care includes:

  • Injury evaluation
  • Patient education
  • Timely evaluation and management of orthopedic conditions
  • Progressive rehabilitation of injuries

As an organization, Oakwood has always worked toward improving the health of the communities we serve. Oakwood Sports Medicine continues that commitment by offering community sport services.

Visit the National Athletic Trainers Association Web site.

For answers to sports medicine related questions, please email Jeff Kline, Director of Oakwood's Sports Medicine program, at