Community Partnerships

Fuquay Varina High School – Kristal (along with Heather Pagel ATC-L, Dr. Mark Curzan and Dr. Peyton Fennell) run the FVHS sports medicine team with support from awesome student trainers. Kristal has served as PT of the FVHS Sports Medicine Team since 2003; head to the field on Friday and you’ll catch her at a football game! She has supported the soccer team with warm-up programs and rehabilitation assistance, particularly through a Saturday morning Black and Blue Injury Clinic. Advanced Sports Medicine students also turn to Laura for clinical internships.

Athens Drive High School: We partnered with the Athens Drive men’s soccer program in 2015. James, our strength and conditioning coach, supported the coach with a program for twice-weekly summer workouts. The athletes are driven hard and make vast improvements to prepare them in preparation for a competitive soccer season. Go Jags!

ClubWorx: We have been a resource to ClubWorx members since our relationship began in 2002. Our patients run the gamut from newbies to triathlon trainees. As this relationship has grown, their strength coaches and PTs have been trained in FMS, allowing us to collaborate more efficiently. We now have joint training sessions to learn from each other and better serve our shared clients.

Apex Friendship High School: Back in Action works with the Patriots to provide a sports medicine team that brings student athletes world-class injury care. This includes a free injury clinic each week in Holly Springs with our dedicated team of experienced trainers and physicians.

Middle Creek High School: Kurt works as a member of the MCHS sports medicine team along with Lexie Smith ATC-L, Dr. Ted Armour and Dr. Kristen Clarey. He is on the field at Friday night football and rehabilitates their injured athletes. This relationship provides a continuity of care between school, rehabilitation and physician. Kurt also serves as a clinical site instructor to sports medicine high school students at MCHS and FVHS.

Wake FC: In the Spring of 2015 we partnered with Wake FC. We offer a free injury clinic each week during the spring and fall season to support our local footballers. Go Wake FC!

Holly Springs High School: Sean and David serve as clinical coordinators for students in advanced sports medicine classes.