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Community Sports Medicine partners with Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training

For release on August 11, 2014

Indianapolis, IN---Community Sports Medicine has formed a partnership with Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training (IFAST), for sports performance and conditioning training. As a partner, IFAST will collaborate with Community Sports Medicine, covering the new professional Indy Eleven soccer team in providing player management and skill development support to keep the athletes performing at the top of their game.

“We’re pleased to partner with Mike Robertson, co-founder of IFAST, as we keep Indy Eleven soccer players performing at the top of their game every week,” said Nichole Wilson, Community’s director of physical therapy and rehab/sports medicine. “He brings expertise in conditioning and training, as he has worked with athletes at the highest levels in world competitions. We are fortunate to have Mike’s experience for Indy’s new professional soccer team.”

Mike Robertson is president of Robertson Training Systems and a co-owner of IFAST, which has been voted one of the top gyms in the country by Men’s Health and Women’s Health magazines. Recognized around the world as a premier performance coach, he is now collaborating with Community Sports Medicine as the sports medicine provider for the Indy Eleven professional soccer team members.  Robertson was brought on to provide superior player management for the Indy Eleven athletes in reaching their peak performance goals, while ensuring that they healthy during the long season.  Ty Terrell, a coach at IFAST, is providing additional strength and conditioning coaching to help the Indy Eleven perform at the highest level on the field.

Community Sports Medicine recently became the official sports medicine provider to the Indy Eleven professional soccer team and the Indy Fuel professional hockey team.   The program also supports ten area high schools, including Beech Grove, Decatur Central, Franklin Central, Greenwood, Lawrence Central, Lawrence North, New Palestine and Warren Central. Additionally, Community Sports Medicine partners with Riverview Hospital and Johnson Memorial Health to support Noblesville High School and the Whiteland High School athletic program.

Athletes of every age and level can benefit from Community’s comprehensive sports medicine services to keep them performing at their best. Comprehensive services include access to primary care sports medicine physicians and orthopedic surgeons, sports injury prevention services, concussion management, sports physicals, student athlete heart risk assessments, education and screenings. To learn more about Community Sports Medicine, visit eCommunity.com/sports.

About Community Health Network

Ranked among the nation’s most integrated healthcare systems, Community Health Network is Central Indiana’s leader in providing convenient access to exceptional healthcare services, where and when patients need them—in hospitals, health pavilions and doctor’s offices, as well as workplaces, schools and homes. As a non-profit health system with over 200 sites of care and affiliates throughout Central Indiana, Community’s full continuum of care integrates hundreds of physicians, specialty and acute care hospitals, surgery centers, home care services, MedChecks, behavioral health and employer health services. To learn more, visit eCommunity.com or call 800-777-7775.


Lynda de Widt, Media Relations
Lynda de Widt
Media Relations