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WellSport Sports Medicine Program

The WellSport program is designed to help expedite the assessment, referral and treatment of athletes of all ages suffering from strains, sprains, contusions, fractures, joint injuries and concussions. We focus on injury prevention through education and training, helping injured athletes return to play as safely and quickly as possible, as well as managing medical conditions that can affect performance.

This multi-disciplinary program is the region’s only medically directed sports medicine practice, with offices in Bay City, Midland and Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.

WellSport is designed to:

  • Prevent injuries through education and training
  • Help injured athletes get back in the game as safely and quickly as possible utilizing prompt, effective, comprehensive treatment strategies
  • Manage medical conditions that can affect performance, such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease, weight or arthritis
  • Promote the use of “exercise as medicine" to maximize health and wellness
  • Optimize performance through nutritional counseling
  • Enhance performance and psychological skills through sports psychology

Get Your Sports Physical Today

Student athletes must all have a current sports physical before competing in school sports activities. WellSport provides a thorough sports physical evaluation designed to help athletes of all ages achieve their highest potential and prevent illness and injury.

Schedule your sports physical today, call WellSport to make your appointment (989) 837-9350.

The Michigan High School Athletic Association Medical History form must be completed and signed by a parent or legal guardian before a physical can be performed. Please complete this form and bring it with you.


Patient Testimonials

Patients at MidMichigan WellSport share their stories.

Concussion Signs & Symptoms


Clashing HelmetsThe CDC (Center for Disease Control) estimates that as many as 3,900,000 sports and recreational related concussions occur in the U.S. each year. A concussion is a brain injury and should be treated seriously.

Read about Signs & Symptons

View our Concussion Resources

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