Welcome to the 2021-22 Athletic Year! - a message from Henry Ford Allegiance Sports Medicine
Dear Michigan Center Parent,
Welcome to the 2021-22 Athletic Year! We hope you and your family had a fun and active summer.
Henry Ford Allegiance Sports Medicine is proud to provide athletic health care to Michigan Center Schools. Sarah Zaszczurynski will return as your athletic trainer. Sarah is a graduate of Grand Valley State University Athletic Training Education Program and brings many years of experience as a certified athletic trainer with her. Sarah works with an exceptional team of professionals at Henry Ford Allegiance Health to provide your athlete with the best care.
Here are just some of the ways Henry Ford Allegiance Sports Medicine can assist your athlete in returning to the field as soon and safely as possible after injury:
Henry Ford Allegiance Sports Medicine clinic with experienced Sports Medicine certified physicians.
Timely access to any specialty physician, including orthopedists who specialize in providing care for the athlete.
Your athlete receives direct access to the Emergency Department, which means no waiting for care!
Physical therapy is provided by a team of professionals who stay up to date on the needs of athletes.
Follows current concussion Protocol to keep athletes safe.
For your athlete to take advantage of the many services of Henry Ford Allegiance Sports Medicine, always consider Sarah Zaszczurynski as your fast track to a successful return to sports.
We hope your athlete has a rewarding and injury free athletic season.
Suzanne Harmon, MA, AT, ATC Ryan Rompola, DAT, AT, ATC
Manager, Sports Medicine Outreach Supervisor, Sports Medicine
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