ProHealth Care to provide sports medicine services at Carroll

Freeman Staff

June 6, 2017

WAUKESHA — ProHealth Care has entered into an exclusive agreement with Carroll University to provide sports medicine services to student athletes, faculty, coaches and staff of the university’s recreational and organized sports teams.

ProHealth sports medicine physicians, physical therapists and athletic trainers will be responsible for helping Carroll athletes and others prevent sports injuries. They will also provide initial treatment for athletic injuries and comprehensive rehabilitation and reconditioning services for injured athletes.

“Providing these services to Carroll University is a natural extension of our sports medicine program,” said Julie Jackson, Pro-Health Care’s vice president of operations. “Our team is highly trained in multi-level care that includes prevention, diagnosis, emergency care and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.”

ProHealth is expected to serve more than 550 student athletes, faculty and staff members, including people involved in 22 sponsored NCAA Division III teams. For more information, visit