| WMU News
KALAMAZOO—Western Michigan University students and faculty and staff members are invited to ask personnel from the WMU Sports Medicine Clinic in the Sindecuse Health Center about injury treatment options and rehabilitation during drop-in events this spring.
The sessions will be offered from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on three upcoming Wednesdays at three different campus locations. The event dates and locations are:
- Feb. 19, Engineering and Applied Sciences Building lobby
- March 19, Student Recreation Center lobby
- March 26, Health and Human Services Building student commons
Clinic staff will be on hand to answer questions with no appointment needed. Visitors are invited to ask about their training aches and pains, or to learn how a sports medicine approach to treatment can help someone with an injury return to activity as soon as possible.
Sports Medicine Clinic
The WMU Sports Medicine Clinic is located on WMU's main campus in the Sindecuse Health Center. It is open to southwestern Michigan residents, in addition to WMU students, faculty and staff members, and retirees as well as their dependents.
The clinic provides a variety of services, including sports physician evaluation, physical therapy and athletic training. Among the many specific benefits of patronizing the facility are obtaining comprehensive evaluation and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, repetitive trauma, pain and dysfunction.
Clinic personnel include certified sports medicine physicians, orthopedic surgeons, a podiatrist, certified or licensed athletic trainers, and licensed physical therapists.
For more information about the WMU Sports Medicine Clinic, visit wmich.edu/healthcenter/sportsmedicine or call (269) 387-3248.