Nevada Sports Medicine At-A-Glance
The University of Nevada athletic trainers and medical staff play a major role in maintaining the health and physical well-being of all Nevada student athletes. The staff is committed to the prevention, evaluation, care and rehabilitation of injuries while working with personnel in physical therapy, strength and conditioning and nutrition.
The Sports Medicine department is part of the E.L. Cord Academic and Athletic Performance Center on the Nevada campus. This facility houses the Wolf Pack athletic training staff which consists of five full-time certified athletic trainers (ATCs), three graduate assistant athletic trainers and a number of student athletic trainers.
The Sports Medicine department provides medical care and treatment to more than 430 Pack athletes representing 19 sports. The athletic training facility is a state of the art 5,175 square foot facility. The athletic trainers have access to some of the best technology available with a half-million dollar aquatic therapy room with two in ground plunge pools and a multi-depth therapy and exercise pool capable of accommodating multiple athletes at the same time while working on separate rehabilitation programs. The facility also boasts a separate functional rehabilitation area, ice/wet room and storage facilities.
The athletic training staff is led by Shelly Germann Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine and includes Ben Anguish, Head Football Athletic Trainer and Assistant Athletic Trainers Ryan Averett, Jay Henke and Cody Zimmerman.
Dr. Carol Scott is the Wolf Pack's team physician, Director of the Nevada Sports Medicine and Director of the UNSOM Sports Medicine Fellowship program. She works closely with dozens of community partners to provide world class medical care to Nevada's student athletes. The list of the community partners and fellowship faculty starts with the athletic training room's next door neighbor, the Nevada Physical Therapy clinic.
The Nevada Physical Therapy clinic is an outpatient physical therapy clinic staffed with six registered physical therapists, four ATC's and other staff to provide health care and rehabilitation services.
Great Basin Orthopedics physician consultants for the Wolf Pack include Dr. Hilary Malcarney, Dr. Rick Mullins, Dr. Travis Kieckbusch and Dr. Chris Dolan. Great Basin Orthopedics physicians provide comprehensive orthopedic surgery services.
Dr. Donald Huene of Orthopedic Surgical Associates is the orthopedic hand specialist for the Wolf Pack
Nevada Sports Medicine Community Partners