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The Cincinnati Children’s Sports Medicine Division is committed to the community. Our team physicians, athletic trainers, and physical therapists are involved in the treatment of athletes at the professional, collegiate, high school, recreational and club level. We pride ourselves on treating all athletes with the same commitment and returning them to play when it is in their best interest. We like to treat the whole athlete and are committed to treating injuries, but strive to prevent injury and illness through our research and educational programs.
Listed below you will find our division’s current outreach involvement. If your organization is interested in partnering with Cincinnati Children’s, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doctors Alysha Taxter and Kate Berz at the Liberty Bowl in 2012.
Doctors Alysha Taxter and Kate Berz attended the Liberty Bowl in January 2012 when the University of Cincinnati Bearcats defeated the Vanderbilt Commodores 31 - 24.
Sport psychology is the study of how psychology influences sports, athletic performance, exercise and physical activity. Our Sports Medicine team partners with the Center For Human Performance to provide athletes access to sports psychologist.
Working with a Sport Psychologist, athletes can learn to:
* Set effective, yet challenging goals * Control nervousness and distraction * Manage energy, anger, and pain * Relax and concentrate on cue * Increase self-confidence * Manage stress * Increase mental toughness * Perform to potential
During office visits, clients will receive a performance asessment by a licensed psychologist, long and short term goal setting, an individualized performance plan, biofeedback services (if applicable) and performance CDs (if applicable). All clients will be seen by Dr. Barbara Walker at the Clifton location: The Center For Human Performance1348 Chapel Street Cincinnati, OH 45206 (513) 961-8400
Our Sports Medicine team strives to provide outstanding patient care and to be the premier place to find the latest information on important health related topics. Topics such as Anorexia Nervosa, Obesity, OCD, Concussion testing, and many more injuries and concerns.
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