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JULY 20, 2016 – 6pm-8pm at Pioneer

$25 Sports Physicals will be offered July 20th, 6:00 – 8:00pm at PIONEER!

A physical dated after April 15, 2016 is required for all student athletes prior to participating in high school athletics for the 2016-17 seasons. All proceeds support the Pioneer Sports Medicine Program.

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We are excited to start our second year as athletic trainers for your student athletes. We are both Nationally Board Certified and Licensed Athletic Trainers in the State of Michigan. We are outreach athletic trainers employed by the University of Michigan MedSport Physical Therapy Clinic and we split our time between the clinic at the Ann Arbor Ice Cube and the high school.  Our duties consist of regular athletic training room hours (2:30-6:30pm) and home event coverage.

Kaley Schroeder AT, ATC (


–        Educational Background: Bachelor of Arts, Alma College, 2014

–        Year Started at MedSport: 2015

–        Clinical Specialty/Certifications: Certified Athletic Trainer

–        Committees/Memberships: National Athletic Trainers Association and Michigan Athletic Trainers Society

–        Areas of Clinical Interest: Rehabilitation of Sports Related Injuries in Adolescences.


Alex Miller AT, ATC, NASM-CPT (


–        Educational Background: Bachelor of Science, University of Michigan, 2007

–        Year Started at MedSport: 2015

–        Clinical Specialty/Certifications: Certified Athletic Trainer, Certified Personal Trainer

–        Committees/ Memberships: National Athletic Trainers Association and Michigan Athletic Trainers Society

–        Areas of Clinical Interest: Acute Injury Management, and Functional Exercise Application


In the event that your son/daughter has an injury, he/she will be provided the opportunity to receive the highest level of care with expedited access. This care will be provided by our comprehensive Sports Medicine Team which includes:

The University of Michigan Athletic Department’s Orthopaedic Surgeons – Our Orthopaedic Surgeons specialize in sports injuries and are the industry leaders in their field. This outstanding group of surgeons is responsible for the athletes at the University of Michigan. Pioneer athletes will have the opportunity to have urgent access to their teams to begin the diagnostic process as quickly as possible.

The University of Michigan Athletic Department’s Neurologists. Pioneer athletes will have urgent access to the top concussion experts in the country housed in our NeuroSport Facility within MedSport. This group has developed safe ways to return athletes with head injuries as quickly as possible without jeopardizing the long term health of the athlete.

Sports Medicine Specific Physical Therapy. All four of our MedSport Physical Therapy locations are staffed by sports trained physical therapists. They have dedicated their continuing education to remain at the forefront of sports rehabilitation to ensure that they can provide the highest level of care to athletic individuals. Our new Northville Health Center Location is specifically designed for this population in mind and can be a convenient location for pioneer athletes.

Acute Injury Clinic: MedSport’s Acute Injury Clinic expedites service to student-athletes who sustain acute injuries while participating in their school athletic programs/events. We will schedule these athletes for an evaluation at MedSport urgently. A licensed athletic trainer or physical therapist will assess the injury free of charge. In the event that the athlete needs to be evaluated by a physician or physician assistant, this appointment will be expedited. MedSport accepts most insurances if diagnostic imaging or further evaluation is required.


Athletes involved in sports where concussions are likely, may be tested prior to their season for their cognitive ability.  In the event of a concussion another test will be run to determine cognitive ability.  The two tests must be the same for an athlete to return to competition.