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​​​​The so​​​​oner you see a sports medicine specialist, the sooner you’re back in action.

What's the best way to treat an injury brought on by exercising or playing a sport? See a certified sports medicine specialist at Marshfield Clinic. Because a specialist can get you back on the golf course faster. Get you back on your favorite running route faster. Get you back in action faster.  ​

Ignoring pain won't make it go away. Home remedies often fall short. That's why when you're suffering from a muscle tear, back pain, inflamed tendons, a rotator cuff tear or any other sports-related injury, see an expert.

Dr. Adam Atkins

715-858-4650
Eau Claire ​

Dr. Tamira Miranowski

715-858-4650
Menomonie, Chippewa Falls​

Dr. Albert Cecchini

715-847-3542
Wausau, Merrill, Stevens Point

Dr. James Meyer

715-387-5251
Marshfield, Stevens Point
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Sports medicine focuses on the treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of sports-related injuries. Our Sports Medicine medical team may include specialists in sports medicine, orthopedics and physical​ medicine and rehabilitation, and primary care physicians. Your care is provided by fellowship-trained​ sports medicine physicians and experienced, board-certified orthopedic surgeons.

We ​​care for adults and children including amateur, collegiate and semi-professional athletes. Marshfield Clinic is the exclusive sports medicine provider for the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, Eau Claire Express, Wisconsin Woodchucks and Wisconsin Rapids Ramblers.

Pre-participation screenings

All students who participate in school-organized athletics must complete a sports fitness screening as required by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA). The screening must be obtained prior to participating in any practice, scrimmage or game. Marshfield Clinic Sports Medicine may provide comprehensive sports fitness screenings at a location near you.

​Information about pre-participation screenings​​.​

​Concussion guidelines​​​

Parents, coaches and children involved in organized youth sports are required by Wisconsin state law to receive information about the signs, symptoms and risks of sports related to concussion. The law also provides that parents, coaches and athletes sign a statement declaring they have received and understand the information.

Here you will find information about concussions and links to resources for coaches, athletes and families to help satisfy the requirements of the new law.​

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