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@West HS - on-site diagnostic testing for all athletes
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Mom's Concussion Clinic
Summer Lacrosse @ Hart Park
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@West HS - on-site diagnostic testing for all athletes

Welcome Waukesha High School Lacrosse Club!

Wimbledon Athletics, a service line of Wimbledon Health Partners, is proud to partner with sports organizations to provide on-site diagnostic testing for athletes across the country. Diagnostic testing identifies underlying symptoms of Marfan syndrome and sudden cardiac arrest – the leading cause of death among young athletes. Your organization has decided to team-up with us to eliminate a potentially life-threatening condition!

Athletes usually have a physical examination by a physician before participating in organized sports, also known as a pre-participation exam (PPE). Athletes with a family history of sudden death, Marfan syndrome, heart disease at a young age, a history of exercise-induced syncope (fainting), a loud heart murmur, or previous heart surgery require further evaluation by a cardiologist. The PPE is often not sensitive enough to pick up rare heart conditions.

Types of Diagnostic Tests Performed:

  • Electrocardiogram (EKG) – Measures the electrical activity of the heart.
  • Echocardiogram (ECHO) – Uses sound waves to create a moving picture of the heart. The test is non-invasive and involves no radiation exposure.
  • Vascular Ultrasound – Non-invasive imaging test used to see how blood moves through arteries and veins, measuring speed of blood flow, and revealing any blockages.

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by posted 07/25/2015
Mom's Concussion Clinic

Mom's Concussion Clinic

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Mom's Concussion Clinic

Saturday, August 15, 2015
7:45 AM – 12:30 PM
Mom's Concussion Clinic is to focus on safe sports play techniques and injury prevention.

An estimated one in five athletes will sustain a sports concussion during the season. To help reduce the risk of sports-related injuries such as concussions and heat and dehydration in young athletes, the Kohl’s Cares Grow Safe & Healthy Program, in partnership with the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Orthopedic and Sports Medicine program, is hosting a Mom’s Concussion Clinic in Waukesha onSaturday, August 15, 2015

Expert speakers include Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Licensed Athletic Trainer Drew Hacker, and Dr. Kevin Walter, program director, Pediatric and Adolescent Sports Medicine. Topics covered include: concussion prevention, signs and symptoms, safe play techniques, and safety tips for heat emergencies. Special guest appearance made by: Ahman Green, Green Bay’s all-time leading rusher. A special hands-on tackling skills and drills session for the moms will round out the program.
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by posted 07/21/2015
Summer Lacrosse @ Hart Park
Registration is now open for Summer League

Summer Lacrosse at Hart Park  
Register now through the end of May to take advantage of the
Earlybird discount.
Continue playing throughout the summer in a one day per week summer league for youth, high school and post-high school players. Play begins after the spring season on Tuesday, June 16th at Hart Park. Each age division will play on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from June 16th to July 30th. Each session will include warmup, skills 
session and scrimmage games.
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Robin Buckley, Director
Hot4Lax Lacrosse - Leagues, Clinics & Equipment
Save 10%
All players who register by May 31st online will save 10% on their registration. 
Team registration is available as well. Contact Hot4Lax lacrosse for details at 262-717-9996.
Offer Expires: May 31, 2015

by posted 05/14/2015
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