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Avera Medical Group Sports Medicine

 

Whether you’re the starting point guard on the basketball team or you ride bike to stay in shape, being sidelined with an injury is the last thing you want to happen. Get back in the game with care from sports medicine experts at Avera Medical Group Marshall.

Dr. Jane Hartman, Family Medicine and Sports Medicine, is equipped with advanced training and specialized knowledge of sports medicine. She offers:

  • Evaluation and treatment of sports injuries
  • Strengthening and injury prevention training
  • Sideline sports medicine coverage at some local sports events
  • Concussion management: including reading and interpretation of ImPACT concussion screening tests

About Dr. Hartman

 Jane Hartman, DO

Dr. Jane Hartman, Family Medicine and Sports Medicine, is board certified in family medicine and holds a certification in sports medicine through the American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine. As a primary care sports medicine specialist, Dr. Hartman focuses on treating the whole patient to prevent injury, improve performance and enhance overall health.

For an appointment, call 507-537-9007, option 4 or toll free at 877-337-9007.

Appointments

To make an appointment, call 507-537-9007 or toll free 877-337-9007. For Dr. Hartman's office, choose option 4.

No referral necessary.

Location

Avera Medical Group Marshall 
300 S. Bruce Street
Marshall, MN 56258

Additional Sports Medicine Services

Athletic Training Services

Avera Marshall provides sports medicine/athletic training services to area athletes to help ensure their health and safety during practice and competitive play.

Avera Marshall has been providing sports medicine/athletic training coverage to area student athletes since 2006 at no cost to the high school or athletes. Services have been provided in partnership with Big Stone Therapies, Inc. since 2009. Avera Marshall continues to cover the cost of providing services while Big Stone Therapies provides staff management and oversight.

Athletic trainers provide immediate care for injuries that occur during practice and games. They also provide follow-up injury treatment, recommendations for follow-up care, injury prevention education and rehabilitation services for student athletes.

Athletic trainers Daynna Duffy, ATC, and Catie Dahl, ATC, staff the training room at the Marshall High School and are available for evaluation of student athletes injuries and concerns. They also provides athletic training coverage at local athletic games and events. In addition, they provide athletic training coverage at Lakeview High School in Cottonwood and Minneota High School.

Daynna Duffy, ATC
Catie Dahl, ATC
Marshall High School
(507) 537-6920 ext. 1109
daynna.duffy@bigstonetherapies.com
catie.dahl@bigstonetherapies.com

ImPACT Concussion Management

A concussion is a common injury, but is often difficult to diagnose and treat. ImPACT helps doctors, athletic trainers, nurses and coaches manage concussions and promote safe return-to-play decisions for athletes.

The ImPACT (Immediate Post Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) program is a computerized exam proven to diagnose and manage concussions. If an athlete is believed to have suffered a head injury during competition, ImPACT is used to help determine the severity of head injury and when the injury has fully healed.

The ImPACT exam is given to athletes before beginning sports practice or competition. Tests are administered by athletic training staff, coaching staff or the school nurse. This noninvasive test is set up in a computer-game type format and takes about 20 minutes to complete.

If a concussion is suspected, the athlete takes a follow-up test. Both the preseason and post-injury test data are reviewed by staff at Avera Marshall Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. Additional follow-up tests over days or weeks may be done to track the athlete’s recovery and determine when it is safe to return to play.

More resources about Concussion

Physical Therapy Services

After an injury, physical therapy can be important to help an athlete recover and return to training and competition in their sport. Physical therapy services are offered in partnership at both Avera Marshall and Big Stone Therapies locations. For more information on rehabilitation services, call Avera Marshall at 507-537-9172 or Big Stone Therapies at 507-532-3393.

Peak Performance

Peak Performance is a training program to help athletes gain the edge they need to compete in their sport. This strength and conditioning program is offered at the Marshall High School. Athletes will improve their strength, speed, agility and confidence. For more information, contact Aaron Schroeder, Avera Marshall exercise specialist, at aaron.schroeder@avera.org or (507) 537-9095.