| WMU News
KALAMAZOO—Western Michigan University students, staff, faculty and community members will be able to ask staff from Sindecuse Health Center's WMU Sports Medicine Clinic about injury treatment and rehabilitation advice at special drop-in events this fall. The mid-day sessions will be offered at four campus locations.
The Sports Medicine Clinic staff will be available from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. each day to answer questions, and no appointment is needed. Ask about your own training aches and pains, or learn how through a sports medicine approach to treatment you can return from an injury back to activity as soon as possible.
Drop-in event dates
- Sept. 18, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences lobby, Parkview Campus
- Oct. 16, Student Recreation Center lobby
- Nov. 13, College of Health and Human Services student commons
- Dec. 4, Bernhard Center, lower level in the Bronco Mall near PNC Bank
About the WMU Sports Medicine Clinic
The WMU Sports Medicine Clinic provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, repetitive trauma, pain and dysfunction. The clinic is staffed by certified sports medicine physicians, orthopedic surgeons, a podiatrist, certified or licensed athletic trainers and licensed physical therapists.
Services provided include sports physician evaluation, physical therapy and athletic training. The clinic serves WMU students, faculty, staff, retirees and dependents, as well as community members from around southwest Michigan.
For more information, call (269) 387-3248 or visit wmich.edu/healthcenter/sportsmedicine.