Injuries happen. Whether it’s from playing an intramural sport or performing daily activities, our athletic trainers are here for all UW-Madison students. Available services include injury evaluation, treatment planning, rehabilitation, sports medicine education, and injury prevention.
Our athletic trainers also support more than 2,100 sport club athletes to ensure that they are safely performing at the highest level. With two convenient locations across campus, flexible hours, and telemedicine options, there are a variety of ways for students to access their sports medicine needs.
To schedule an appointment, please visit MyUHS or call (608) 265-5600. If there are no appointments available or you have other questions, please contact Assistant Director of Athletic Training Erin Clark at email@example.com.
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In-person athletic training appointments are available in the Athletic Training Room. At the time of your appointment, wait in the lower-level waiting area near the bottom of the stairs and the athletic trainer will meet you. Lacrosse balls and hand therapy are available for rent as well as resistance bands for purchase at the member services desk. Additional rehab equipment including foam rollers, ankle weights, resistance bands, bosu balls are available for use throughout the Nick.
Virtual appointments are offered through telemedicine and allows students to be assessed by our Athletic Trainers from the comfort of their own home. If your injury is preventing you from visiting one of our facilities or you are unsure if you need to see a provider in person, telemedicine is for you.
In-person athletic training appointments are available on the 5th floor of 333 East Campus Mall. Arrive early to your scheduled appointment to allow for enough time for check-in on the iPads. Medical equipment is available for purchase here through UHS.
Athletic Training at the Lakeshore Clinic is available from 5-8pm on Monday-Thursday for all students during the academic year. The clinic is located on the main floor of the Dejope Residence Hall. Students can schedule appointments or drop in on a limited basis. If you cannot be evaluated due to volume upon arrival, staff can work to schedule you at a later date.
APPOINTMENTS & SERVICES
How to Make an Appointment
- Go to myUHS, log in using your NetID
- Select Appointments on the left
- Click Schedule an Appointment
- Select Student Health Services
- Select Athletic Training
- List reason for appointment (e.g. “Low back pain”)
- Confirm contact information
- List callback number (please confirm this number is accurate)
- Select your preferred appointment time
- Injury evaluation and care
- Rehabilitation following injury or surgery
- Injury prevention exercise programs
- Functional Return-to-Play programs following an injury
- Concussion evaluation and Return-to-Play progression plans
- Education on a variety of sports medicine topics
YOUR ATHLETIC TRAINERS
ERIN CLARK, MS, LAT
Erin Clark was hired as the coordinator of athletic training in August 2018. Prior to Rec Well, she was employed as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with Intercollegiate Athletics for 10 years. She completed her Masters of Science at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse while working as a graduate assistant athletic trainer in campus recreation. She completed her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training at UW-La Crosse in 2006. She takes special interest in concussion management and injury prevention strategies. Erin enjoys the great outdoors, hiking, fishing, golfing, and spending time with her husband, three boys, and Husky.
Phone: (608) 890-0637
Eliza Barter, DAT, LAT
Eliza Barter started her athletic training career in July of 2017 after graduating from Carthage College with her Bachelor’s in Athletic Training. She then spent four years providing health care to student-athletes in a high school setting. In May of 2021, Eliza completed her Doctorate in Athletic Training at Indiana State University where she also conducted research. As a clinician, she values patient-centered care, holistic whole-body health care, inclusion, and collaboration. She enjoys athletic training because she can help support students through health challenges and provide guidance with individualized care throughout the process of healing. For fun, Eliza enjoys backpacking, playing tennis, spending time with family and friends, and playing with her dog, Koda.
Phone: (608) 265-6382
JEROD KEENE, MS, LAT
Jerod Keene has been an athletic trainer for six years and is beginning his fourth year working with Sport Clubs at UW-Madison. Jerod completed his undergraduate degree in Athletic Training at UW-Madison in 2010 and his Masters at Ohio University in 2013. He enjoys the wide variety of athletes he gets to work with and learning the idiosyncrasies of each sport. In his spare time, Jerod likes to stay active by playing hockey, ultimate Frisbee, running, and skiing. Jerod also likes to travel to places that offer an array of outdoor activities.
Phone: (608) 262-0996
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