SportsCare
SportsCare

Our SportsCare for Injury Care and Performance Improvement

SportsCare at Wyandot Memorial Hospital partners with local schools for athlete-centered injury care and performance improvement training techniques.

SportsCare provides a certified athletic trainer to Carey High School and Upper Sandusky High School as part of the athletic staff. As a healthcare professional, an athletic trainer is responsible for injury and illness prevention, wellness promotion and education, emergent care, examination and clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.

SportsCare athletic trainers work with coaches and athletes in all sports for on-site medical care for practices and games or matches. They treat and manage sports injuries, illnesses and conditions; and coordinates care with UrgentCare, the Emergency Department and medical and rehabilitative specialists at Wyandot Memorial Hospital as needed. They also provide concussion prevention and management, and streamline return-to-play to keep athletes safe and in the game.

At USHS, SportsCare Physician Raelyn Calendine, MD, serves as the team physician and attends home events throughout the school year. She also cares for student athletes in her office as needed.

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SportsCare at Carey High School
Certified Athletic Trainer Elle Smith

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SportsCare at Upper Sandusky High School
Team Physician Raelyn Calendine, MD
Certified Athletic Trainer Megan Born

For more information about SportsCare or athletic training at CHS and USHS, phone the WMH Physical and Occupational Therapy office at WMH at 419-294-4991, extension 2269.