Two mornings a week, during the school year, Front Range Orthopedics & Spine offers a FREE Bump & Bruise Clinic to any St. Vrain Valley student athlete. Student athletes, who are injured during a school sponsored sporting event or practice, are eligible to receive a free evaluation of their injuries (X-rays and physicians are available if warranted).
Where: 1610 Dry Creek Drive, Longmont, CO, 80503
When: Mondays and Thursdays, 7:00-8:00 a.m.
(Please Note: the Bump and Bruise Clinic is not open during the summer months)
Please download and fill out the form below before your visit
- Bumps and Bruise Clinic sign-up form
- You must be a high school student in the St. Vrain Valley School District to be evaluated in the Bump and Bruise Clinic.
- You must have sustained an injury during a high school sponsored sport to be seen at the Bump and Bruise Clinic.
- The Bump and Bruise Clinic is not open during the summer months.
Our Outreach Program
Front Range Orthopedics & Spine is the proud official medical provider to St. Vrain Valley School District athletes. We provide athletic training services to our local high schools. Each school is provided with an athletic trainer to evaluate athletes’ injuries, as well as rehabilitate those injuries to facilitate the athletes return to participation safely. Athletic trainers are on hand at the schools for practice and to cover home events with preference given to those sports with higher injury rates. Physician attendance will be provided at all Home Football games. If your child is unfortunately injured during a high school event, Front Range Orthopedics & Spine will be happy to help in any way we can.
Meet Our Athletic Trainers
Did you know that each high school in the St. Vrain Valley School District has a Certified Athletic Trainer provided by Front Range Orthopedics & Spine?
Clinic Manager: Lisa Lear, MA, RAT, ATC
Longmont High School: Kevin Mayeda, RAT, ATC, CSCS
Frederick High School: Shea Rasmussen, MS, RAT, ATC
Silver Creek High School: Anna Hanson, RAT, ATC, PES
Erie High School: Nicole Makris, MS, ATC, LSO
Lyons High School: Rachel Slotman, MEd, RAT, ATC
Mead High School: Briana Wright, ATC
Niwot High School: Shelby Linnebur, ATC
Skyline High School: Jordan Sperle, MATrg, ATC, ROT
Rotating ATC: Kayla Haines, MAT, RAT, ATC; Craig Krager, RAT, ATC; Matt Skufza MS, RAT, ATC; Kiley Stavnes, MA, RAT, ATC
What Is a Certified Athletic Trainer?
A certified athletic trainer (ATC) is a highly skilled and nationally certified allied health professional. Athletic trainers work with physicians and other medical professionals to provide medical care for acute and chronic injuries for all levels of athletes, from elite to recreational. Certified athletic trainers have, at minimum, a bachelor’s degree, usually in athletic training. Athletic trainers study human anatomy and physiology, rehabilitation, biomechanics, exercise physiology, athletic training, nutrition, sport psychology, and therapeutic modalities. They are required to undergo extensive training in clinical and professional settings. This education and training allows the certified athletic trainer to administer immediate emergency medical care, as well as, develop and implement treatment plans for injuries under the direction of a team physician. A large focus of the athletic trainer is prevention of injuries and overall conditioning of the athlete.