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Sports Medicine

Scheduling an Appointment

Please call:
(608) 294-6090 (Madison area) or
(608) 371-8550 (Janesville area).

Our Sports Medicine physicians work with Dean Medical Group Orthopedic Surgeons to provide specialty care for children and adults who have sports-related injuries or exercise-related medical problems.

Our specialists provide comprehensive evaluations and recommend a course of treatment that best suits a person's lifestyle and activities, with the goal of healing injuries, preventing future injury or damage, and increasing function, mobility and strength.

ACL Injury Prevention Training Course

Learn about injury prevention and peak performance training with Dean Sports Medicine.

Enroll now or call 608-294-6090 for more information!

Sports Medicine Services

Sports Medicine physicians have a primary specialty in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, or Family Medicine, and have completed a fellowship or certification in Sports Medicine. They specialize in treatment of many sports injuries, and promote overall athletic fitness and injury prevention. They can also expedite referrals to orthopedic surgeons when necessary.

They provide care in the following areas:

  • Acute injuries (such as ankle sprains, muscle strains, knee and shoulder injuries, and fractures)
  • Overuse injuries (such as tendonitis, stress fractures)
  • Concussions
  • Athletes with chronic or acute illness (such as asthma or diabetes)
  • Shortness of breath with activity
  • Nutrition, supplements and performance issues
  • Exercise counseling
  • Injury prevention
  • "Return to play" decisions in the sick or injured athlete
  • Strength training and conditioning
  • Healthy lifestyle promotion

Orthopedic Surgery Services

Our Orthopedic Surgeons see patients who are referred by sports medicine physicians or primary care physicians for surgical treatment of sports-related conditions and injuries.

As a service related to Sports Medicine, they specialize in:

  • Surgical evaluations for exercise-related problems
  • Arthroscopic surgery
  • Knee and hip reconstruction
  • Joint reconstruction or replacement
  • Ligament reconstruction, tendon transfers
  • Compound fractures and trauma care


A concussion is an injury to the brain that results from a direct blow to the head, face, neck or other body part that transmits force to the head. It can temporarily affect how your brain works and is common among athletes.

Below is a list of common concussion symptoms. If you suspect that your child has had a concussion, seek medical assistance immediately.

Observable Symptoms

  • Appears dazed or confused
  • Confusion about assignment or position
  • Forgets an instruction
  • Unsure of game, score or opponent
  • Clumsy movement
  • Answers questions slowly
  • Loses consciousness (even briefly)
  • Mood, personality, or behavior changes
  • Can’t recall events prior to hit or fall
  • Can’t recall events after hit or fall

Symptoms reported by athlete

  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Balance problems or dizziness
  • Double or blurry vision
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Sensitivity to noise
  • Feeling sluggish, hazy, foggy or groggy
  • Concentration or memory problems
  • Confusion
  • Does not “feel right” or is “feeling down”
  • Headache

Red flags

If your child experiences any of the following
symptoms at any point during the concussion recovery
process, immediately seek emergency or urgent
medical care.

  • Headaches that worsen
  • Look of being very drowsy or can’t be awakened
  • Inability to recognize people or places
  • Neck pain
  • Seizures
  • Repeated vomiting
  • Increasing confusion or irritability
  • Unusual behavioral change
  • Slurred speech
  • Weakness or numbness in arms and/or legs
  • Change in state of consciousness

How to heal from a concussion?

Following a concussion, rest is the first step to
recovery. Stimulus-free rest allows the brain to focus its
energy on healing rather than other tasks. Achieving a
restful state means powering down the electronics.
As concussion symptoms improve, mental tasks (like
homework) can be reintroduced in small amounts. As
symptoms like those mentioned above continue to
improve, then the workload can be gradually increased
over time. Eventually, a Return-to-Play plan can be
started after consulting your child’s doctor.

Concussion Resources

Our Athletic Trainers

Mark Jakubek, LATMark Jakubek, LAT
Licensed Athletic Trainer
Sports Medicine

Deb Jenks, LATDeb Jenks, LAT
Licensed Athletic Trainer
Sports Medicine

Britton Straub, LATBritton Straub, LAT
Licensed Athletic Trainer
Sports Medicine

Appointments: 608-294-6090

Available at:
Dean Medical Group - S. Stoughton Rd, Madison
Dean Medical Group - N. High Point Rd, Madison
SSM Health Orthopedics

Preventing ACL Injuries & Improving Performance

Sports Medicine is offering a special fitness program designed to help prevent ACL and knee-related injuries. The program is designed to optimize strength and muscle control in the lower extremity and may also improve athletic performance.

Learn more and register for upcoming classes!

ImPACT Concussion Management

Sports Medicine offers ImPACT, a user-friendly, computer-based testing program specifically designed for the management of sports-related concussion.

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