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Sheboygan — The Prevea Sports Medicine team is proud to partner with Lakeland College as the exclusive health care provider for the school's athletic department. Lakeland College, located in Sheboygan County, has 18 NCAA Division III men's and women's athletic teams — including football, basketball, baseball, softball, golf, cross country, volleyball, soccer, track and field, tennis and wrestling.

PreveaDr. Jose Armendariz, a family and sports medicine physician for the Prevea Health Center in Sheboygan, will serve as the medical director to oversee the health care provided to Lakeland College athletes. "Prevea Sports Medicine offers comprehensive prevention, diagnosis, treatment and therapy services for sports-related injuries," said Dr. Armendariz. "Our goal is to get athletes healthy and back in the game."

Prevea Sports Medicine experts will also provide the Lakeland College Athletic Department with a strength and conditioning coach, and certified athletic trainers.

"The Prevea Sports Medicine partnership is the first of its kind for the college, and we are thrilled to be associated with a wonderful patient-centered health care organization," said Nathan Dehne, Vice President of Athletics and Wellness at Lakeland College. "Prevea will assist our student-athletes in reaching their full potential athletically, and create a foundation of lifelong wellness that is so very important."

Prevea Sports Medicine experts and long-standing orthopedic physicians, Dr. Bruce Van Dommelen and Dr. Scott Glaeser, will also assist with the health care needs of Lakeland College athletic teams.

 

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