Community Sports Medicine is proud to partner with sports individuals and organizations around the country to bring the best in sports health, wellness and education to the communities we serve. Our partnerships range in engaging with youth and adults throughout central Indiana to motivate and inspire your best performance to increasing awareness in recognizing injuries that can occur in recreation and competitive sports.
Athletes Saving Athletes (ASA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to increasing awareness and importance of training high school student athletes to recognize the signs and symptoms of potentially life-threatening sports related injuries and medical conditions. The purpose is to train high school athletes to be athlete ambassadors who are trained to recognize signs and symptoms in six core areas: concussion, head and neck injuries, sudden cardiac arrest, heat illness, diabetes and asthma. The students are also trained in CPR and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED). Community Sports Medicine is a proud to be the first program to educate student athletes outside of California where ASA is headquartered.
IFAST – Partners with Community Sports Medicine as the sports performance and conditioning training team for Indy Eleven professional soccer team. IFAST staff will provide player conditioning management for the Indy Eleven athletes to reach their peak performance goals, while ensuring that they stay healthy during the long season. IFAST has been voted one of the top gyms in the country by Men’s Health and Women’s Health magazines.
Indiana Sports Concussion Network – Community Sports Medicine has joined Indiana Sports Concussion Network (ISCN) to support increasing awareness of concussions. ISCN supports concussion education for student athletes, parents, coaches, athletic directors, athletic trainers and healthcare providers, including physicians. ISCN was formed in 2008 with the goal to improve the diagnosis and awareness of concussions that historically had been undetected, untreated or improperly managed in athletes.
RoundTrippers Academy – A year-round facility focused on training youth and young adults to build their strength and conditioning training to improve their baseball and softball skills. The experienced staff provide coaching to improve pitching, batting and fielding skills to achieve the highest level of performance. The academy has group and private instruction as well as leagues for student athletes. Community Sports Medicine is pleased to support the athletes at RoundTrippers Academy.
Indiana Basketball Academy (IBA) – Tom Abernathy, former IU basketball star and NBA player, founded IBA to support teaching area youth the fundamentals of basketball in a supportive environment. The program provides instruction to all ages of youth. The IBA offers camps, training and leagues play at the facility. Community is a proud supporter of the academy.
STOP Sports Injuries Campaign – STOP (Sports Trauma and Overuse Prevention) Sports Injuries, founded by the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM), aims to actively engage youth sports parents, coaches, athletes and healthcare providers to help prevent athletic overuse and trauma injuries in kids. This is accomplished through educational handouts and materials dispersed to our community at health fairs, Community Sports Medicine athletic training room and physical therapy and rehab clinics, and special topic lectures for various youth sports organizations.