Sports Medicine Services
Welcome to Kutztown University Sports Medicine Services!
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The Kutztown University Sports Medicine (KUSM) program has played a vital role in the University's NCAA Athletic program since 1985. KUSM currently employs four, full-time faculty athletic trainers, all who are nationally certified and state licensed. KU Athletic Trainers and physicians from two local medical practices, Fleetwood Medical Associates of St. Joseph’s Medical Group, and Berkshire Orthopedic Associates, comprise the KUSM Staff. Together, the KUSM team provides comprehensive medical care for all KU NCAA Varsity student athletes.
Dr. Eugene Fellin and his Fleetwood Medical Associates (Dr. Eric Newman, Dr. Earl Williamson
Dr. Gary Canner and his Berkshire Orthopedic Associates (Dr. Scott Nord and Dr. Stephen Soffer) have been providing orthopedic care and coverage for the University's sports teams since 1989. This care extends from their office, where athletes can be seen daily on referral from the University's Sports Medicine staff. Dr. Canner also is on campus once a week to evaluate KU's injured
The rest of the KUSM staff is composed of student employees and interns, all who are vital to the daily success of the KUSM program. Without these students, the job of the full-time staff would be more difficult. We are also an affiliate site for student education programs for several regional universities, such as West Chester University, East Stroudsburg University, and Alvernia University.
The KU Sports Medicine Office is located on campus in Keystone Hall, Room 124. Kutztown University provides its student-athletes with a professional facility for student-athletes to receive treatment for various injuries. The sports medicine facility has numerous stations and vast treatment capacity, all allowing the staff to be able to see even more student-athletes comfortably.
KUSM Mission Statement:
Kutztown University Sports Medicine is committed to practicing the profession of athletic training within the guidelines established by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and within the rules and regulations adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. Encompassed in this pursuit is the belief that all student athletes have the right to quick and competent care. As young adults, student athletes are expected to cooperate and participate in their care through the provision of accurate information and feedback concerning condition, treatment and individual needs. At all times, there should exist an atmosphere of mutual respect.
KUSM Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, 1:00 pm- 7:00 pm during the academic sessions.
** Hours are subject to change without notice and can be influenced by school closings, holidays, varsity game schedules, etc.