Partnering with District 833 in Woodbury to improve the safety and wellness of high school student athletes.
Official Sports Medicine Partner to East Ridge, Woodbury, and Park
Summit Orthopedics is proud to serve as the Official Sports Medicine Partner to East Ridge, Woodbury, and Park High Schools, providing athletic training services such as pregame taping, game training supervision, fitness, and medical assistance services performed in connection with each school’s athletic program.
A dedicated NATA-certified athletic trainer from Summit partners with the parents, coaches, and students to evaluate and treat injuries sustained by students during school athletic events, and provide first aid and recommendations for minor injuries. The athletic trainer works under the direction, supervision, and review of the Summit’s sports medicine specialist for the school.
East Ridge High School
Team Physician: Scott Pepin, M.D.
Team Athletic Trainer: Noah Berg, ATC
Park High School
Team Physician: Mikhail Klimstra, M.D.
Team Athletic Trainer: Melissa Haupt, ATC
Woodbury High School
Team Physician: Jack Skendzel. M.D.
Team Athletic Trainer: Andy Swanson, ATC
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