SUPPORTING OUR SPORT CLUB ATHLETES ON AND OFF THE FIELD.
Our athletic trainers ensure that our more than 2,100 Sport Club athletes are safely performing at the highest level. With three convenient clinic locations around campus and flexible hours, our athletic trainers help with injury evaluation, post-injury rehabilitation, sports medicine education, and more.
The Athletic Training Room is located at the Natatorium, Room 1227E.
No appointment necessary.
|February 15||10am – 12pm|
The Dejope Drop-in Clinic is located on the first floor of Dejope Residence Hall, 640 Elm Drive.
Appointments available, but not necessary.
|December 17 – January 21||CLOSED|
UHS is located at 333 East Campus Mall.
By appointment only. Please request an appointment with Erin Clark, LAT or Jerod Keene, LAT.
- Injury evaluation
- Rehabilitation following injury or surgery
- Injury prevention exercise programs
- Functional Return-to-Play programs following an injury
- Concussion evaluation and Return-to-Play progression plans
- Education on a variety of sports medicine topics
Meet your Athletic Trainers
Erin Clark, MS, LAT
Erin Clark was hired as the coordinator of athletic training in August 2018. Prior to Rec Sports, she was employed as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with Intercollegiate Athletics for 10 years. She completed her Masters of Science at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse while working as a graduate assistant athletic trainer in campus recreation. She completed her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training at UW-La Crosse in 2006. She takes special interest in concussion management and injury prevention strategies. Erin enjoys the great outdoors, hiking, fishing, golfing, and spending time with her husband, two boys, and Husky.
Jerod Keene, MS, LAT
Jerod Keene has been an athletic trainer for six years and is beginning his fourth year working with Sport Clubs at UW-Madison. Jerod completed his undergraduate degree in Athletic Training at UW-Madison in 2010 and his Masters at Ohio University in 2013. He enjoys the wide variety of athletes he gets to work with and learning the idiosyncrasies of each sport. In his spare time, Jerod likes to stay active by playing hockey, ultimate Frisbee, running, and skiing. Jerod also likes to travel to places that offer an array of outdoor activities.
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