Vivian Jones, Mayor of Wake Forest, North Carolina, issued a Mayoral Proclamation for National Athletic Training Month! She met with Wake Forest area Athletic Trainers earlier this month, including two EmergeOrtho Athletic Trainers! Check out our ATC’s in blue! Nate Rice, ATC, CSCS (left of Mayor Jones) provides medical care for all sports at Heritage High School, helping keep athletes safe and healthy! Laurie King, ATC, CSCS (right of Mayor Jones) provides athletic training and sports medicine services at Wakefield High School.
Sports Medicine Outreach Program Allows Athletic Trainers to Work with Two Schools in the Greater Triangle Area
Through EmergeOrtho’s Sports Medicine Outreach Program, each Athletic Trainer works with at least two schools in the greater Triangle area. We are proud to be involved with Wake Forest schools!
National Athletic Trainers Month recognizes the important work that ATC’s do to ensure the safety and health of student athletes in the community. They work closely with the students and coaches at practices and games, and ensure that any injuries are appropriately addressed.
Meet the Orthopedic Specialists Working with Schools
Dr. Mark Burt, Team Physician for Heritage High School, is a board certified Orthopaedic Surgeon with a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine from the The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery in conjunction with the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. Dr. Shepherd Rosenblum, Team Physician for Wakefield High School, is a board certified, fellowship trained Orthopaedic surgeon specializing in Sports Medicine, shoulder, hip, and knee arthroscopy and reconstruction, and cartilage repair, including ACL’s and rotator cuff injuries.
In addition to comprehensive Orthopaedic Care, EmergeOrtho Wake Forest-Wakefield offers rehabilitation medicine, general surgery, rheumatology, physical therapy, x-ray, bone health services, and an urgent care. To schedule an appointment here, call (919) 453-5740.
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