(MINOT, ND) – Trinity Sports Medicine announces it will soon provide enhanced support for athletes at its Sports Medicine Center located at the Pepsi Rink in Maysa Arena.
Trinity Sports Medicine Manager Robyn Gust, MS/ATC, says starting November 1st a certified athletic trainer will be on hand week days from 3 to 6 p.m. in the Center to offer free initial sports injury evaluations. The assessments will be offered on a no-appointment basis to any athlete regardless of age, school, or sport.
‘We’re excited about the opportunity to increase our support for our communities by offering this service at the Pepsi Rink,’ Gust said. ‘Jon Sandy, a certified athletic trainer recently employed by us for this position, has over 20 years of experience providing athletic training services to the physically active population. He also has an extensive hockey background which makes this position the perfect fit to better expand our care to the youth hockey and skating programs in the area.’
The region’s leader in the diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries, Trinity Sports Medicine has served teams throughout Northwest North Dakota for over 30 years. Trainers stay current with the latest protocols and practices, working in collaboration with Dawn Mattern, MD, a physician fellowship trained and board certified in Sports Medicine.