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Sports Medicine

NEW Concussion Management Clinic All Services in One Location

We are pleased to introduce The Nebraska Medical Center’s Concussion Management Clinic. This clinic is intended to provide care for patients diagnosed with a concussion through the collaboration of multiple health care providers and disciplines working on one team, in one location. Patients will receive comprehensive care for their injury including assessment, management of postconcussive symptoms and modifications to assist with return to play, school and/ or work by our team of physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech and language pathologists.

Appointments are available:

July 23, July 30, Aug. 13 and Aug. 27
1 to 3 p.m.
(Clinic dates and times for Sept. – Dec. are being finalized.)

Where:

Clarkson Doctors Building South
4239 Farnam St., 4th Floor, Suite 434

To make an appointment at the Concussion Management Clinic, call 402-552-3522 or 402-552-3200.

NEW Sports Medicine Clinic at Oakview Medical Building

We are pleased to introduce a Sports Medicine Clinic in West Omaha, offering access in one location to a comprehensive team of physicians and health care professionals trained in Sports Medicine.

When:
Wednesday mornings from 9 a.m. to noon.
Where:
Oakview Medical Building
UNMC Physicians Family Medicine and Orthopaedics Clinic
2727 S. 144th Street, Suite 140

To make an appointment at the Sports Medicine Clinic, call 402-552-3522.

Orthopaedic Surgery/Sports Medicine

  • Mark Dietrich, MD

Family Medicine/Sports Medicine

  • Monty Mathews, MD

Sports Medicine Program Coordinator

  • Rusty McKune, ATC

The sports medicine professionals at The Nebraska Medical Center understand that athletes don’t have to wear uniforms and athletic injuries happen anywhere, not just on athletic fields. An athlete is defined by age, gender, skill level or activity. Injuries resulting from a variety of activities can range from a sprained ankle to a more serious injury such as a sports related concussion.

Common injuries

Common injuries which may necessitate sports medicine include:

Because no two sports related injuries are alike, the medical center has built a sports medicine program that brings together physicians and professionals from specialties and sub-specialties who are committed to working together to develop a customized treatment and rehabilitation program for each patient.

The program is uniquely designed to meet the physical needs of where the patient is today, as well as establish the foundation for where they would like to be in the future. Experts from a variety of specialty areas collaborate on diagnosis and treatment ensure that patients receive a comprehensive interdisciplinary plan of care to achieve the best possible outcome.

Multidisciplinary Sports Medicine Team

A multidisciplinary team of experts work together within the Sports Medicine program. To make an appointment with the Sports Medicine team at The Nebraska Medical Center, call 800-922-0000 and an operator will transfer you to the program coordinator, Rusty McKune, ATC.

Sports Medicine Team

Cardiology

  • Thomas Sears, MD

Pediatric Cardiology

  • Chris Erickson, MD

Emergency Medicine

  • Richard Walker, MD

Endocrinology

  • Andjela Drincic, MD

Family Practice

  • Nathan Falk, MD
  • Rebecca Lancaster, MD
  • Monty Mathews, MD

General Surgery

  • Matthew Goede, MD
  • Vishal Kothari, MD
  • Dmitry Oleynikov, MD
  • Jon Thompson, MD

Internal Medicine

  • Emily Leasure, MD

Neurology

  • Harris Frankel, MD

Nutrition

  • Kristen Payzant, RD, LMNT, CNSC

Occupational Therapy

  • Stacy Reichmuth, OTR/L, C/NDT

Ophthamology

  • Peter Whitted, MD

Orthopaedics

  • James Canedy, MD, General Orthopaedics
  • Chris Cornett, MD, Spine
  • Miguel Daccarett, MD, Orthopaedic Trauma
  • Mark Dietrich, MD, Orthopaedics
  • Kevin Garvin, MD, Adult reconstructive surgery
  • Curtis Hartman, MD, Hip and knee
  • Layne Jenson, MD, Pediatrics
  • Beau Konigsberg, MD, Hip and knee
  • Sean McGarry, MD, Orthopaedic oncology
  • Matthew Mormino, MD, Orthopaedic trauma
  • Lori Reed, MD, Foot and Ankle
  • Scott Reynolds, MD, Shoulder, Elbow and Knee
  • Justin Siebler, MD, Orthopaedic Trauma
  • Matthew Teusink, MD, Shoulder and Elbow

Oral Surgery

  • Valmont Desa, MD, DDS

Pediatrics

  • Amy Lacroix, MD
  • John Walburn, MD
  • Bill Warzak, PhD

Physical Therapy

  • Marcia Esola, MS, PT
  • Jason Roberts, PT
  • Carly Thomsen PT, DPT

Psychology and Neuropsychology

  • David Cates, PhD
  • Matt Garlinghouse, PhD
  • Angela Gleason, PhD
  • James Kappen, PhD

Speech and Language Pathology

  • Courtney Eden, MS, CCC-SLP
  • Pat Gill, MS, CCC-SLP
  • Carol Gaebler, MS, CCC-SLP
  • Alli Krase, MS, CCC-SLP
  • Jenni Woodward, MS, CCC-SLP

Sports Psychiatry

  • Todd Stull, MD

Vascular Surgery

  • Jason Johanning, MD
  • Matthew Longo, MD

Expertise for National Sporting Events

When the city of Omaha hosts a sporting event of national caliber, The Nebraska Medical Center, University of Nebraska Medical Center and UNMC Physicians work together as the trusted provider of medical services.

The multidisciplinary sports medicine program ensures that world-class athletes are able compete at their peak performance. We are proud to provide care for the 2013 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships and the 2012 Olympic Swim Trials.

Logos for the 2013 U.S. Figure Skating Championships and 2012 Olympic Swim Trials