Sports medicine is for everybody, not just athletes.

Sports Medicine2023-10-05T13:39:02+00:00

Sports Medicine is for everyone from Boy Scouts to great grandfathers … and any man, woman, or child in between. While sports medicine began as enhanced performance training for athletes, its principles apply to anyone who has bones, joints, and muscles – and that means all of us. Our bodies may be different sizes and shapes, but overall body mechanics work the same way for each person.


Wausau: Mon – Fri 7am – 7pm
Saturday 8am – 4:30pm

Medford: Mon – Fri 8:30am – 4pm

Plover: Mon – Fri 8am – 4pm

No Appointment, No Referral Needed

The sports medicine specialists at the Bone & Joint Center can provide individualized care to help you overcome injury or create a training program aimed at preventing injuries from happening in the first place. They how to keep your body moving and active so you can live well.

The goal of our sports medicine department is to help you live an active and full life. Our sports medicine specialists and licensed athletic trainers offer:

  • Treatment
  • Rehabilitation
  • Injury Prevention Training
  • Sideline Coverage for High School Sports
  • Comprehensive Sports Medicine Training Programs


Athletic Trainers

Bone & Joint’s Athletic Trainers care for area athletes in support of our local high schools. They keep athletes safe by providing athletic training coverage at no cost.

Athletic trainers work in medical clinics, athletic departments, schools, and sports teams of all levels. They help athletes prevent injuries, provide acute care for injuries that occur during sporting events, and aid in the athlete’s recovery from injury.

Athletic trainers care for athletes before, during, and after sporting events. They provide:

  • On-site assessment of acute injuries during sporting activities.
  • Taping, splinting, and bracing injuries.
  • Post-injury follow-up care.

Athletic trainers are an extension of Bone & Joint’s orthopedic care team.

While providing comprehensive care to athletes, athletic trainers work with physicians, physical therapists, and other health care providers, to ensure athletes safely return to sports following an injury.

Kimberly Beggs, Athletic Trainer

Kimberly Beggs
Bone & Joint Athletic Trainer

Serving Wausau West High School

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Krista McLouth, Athletic Trainer

Krista McLouth
Bone & Joint Athletic Trainer

Serving Wausau East High School

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Pam Warren, Athletic Trainer at Bone & Joint

Pam Warren
Bone & Joint Athletic Trainer

Serving Marathon High School and Newman Catholic High School
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Dakota Ress - Athletic Trainer at Bone & Joint

Dakota Ress
Bone & Joint Athletic Trainer

Serving Merrill High School

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Bone & Joint’s athletic trainers care for athletes at Wausau East and Wausau West High Schools.

Bone & Joint also offers in-house sports medicine specialists and licensed and physical and occupational therapists to help you perform at your peak.

Call 800-445-6442 to set up an appointment

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