LMH Health and Bishop Seabury announce sports medicine partnership
LMH Health and Bishop Seabury Academy are proud to announce a new sports medicine partnership for the 2021-22 school year. LMH Health has partnered on the field with NCAA Division I, NAIA, semi-professional and high school athletes for more than 45 years. We’re proud to become the official healthcare provider for Bishop Seabury’s athletes, coaches and fans, and look forward to keeping them healthy as a partner for lifelong health.
“LMH Health is committed in our vision to provide services and care to keep student-athletes safe,” said Jaye Cole, Senior Director, LMH Health Therapy & Wellness. “Bishop Seabury is a growing private school and LMH values this community partnership. We’re excited to partner with them to provide sports medicine services.”
The experts in sports medicine care at LMH Health provide innovative treatments to care for athletes of all ages and abilities. Our athletic trainers are integrated into regional high schools to provide orthopedic care for high school athletes. Locations include Baldwin City, Basehor-Linwood, Eudora, Lawrence, McLouth, Oskaloosa, Perry-Lecompton, Tonganoxie and now at Bishop Seabury.
Athletic trainer Samantha Mihalic will provide injury prevention and management to all Seabury student-athletes throughout the year and will cover home volleyball, soccer and basketball games. Mihalic earned her bachelor’s degree in athletic training from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln and her master’s in exercise science from Mississippi College.
“It’s exciting to start at a school that hasn’t had an athletic trainer before,” she said. “You start with a blank slate to build a great program to provide care for student-athletes. I’m excited to have the opportunity to teach students and parents what athletic trainers do and what we can offer as healthcare professionals.“