Orthopedic Surgeon - Summit Orthopedics
“As members of the Woodbury community, my
team is committed to the health and wellness of
our student athletes.”
Fellowship-Trained* Sports Medicine Specialist
Dr. Jack Skendzel has served as Team Physician for a variety
of sports programs from the U.S. Alpine Ski Team to varsity
hockey at University of Michigan. He attended Notre Dame for
his undergrad degree and went to medical school at Georgetown
University School of Medicine.
* A fellowship is the highest level of training for a surgeon, and Dr. Skendzel completed his fellowship at one of the nation’s most prestigious sports medicine programs: The Steadman Philippon Research Institute in Vail, CO.
WHS Athletic Trainer - Summit Orthopedics
“I love helping others reach their fullest
potential and be able to witness each of them
succeed in all aspects of their lives.”
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
University of Minnesota—Twin Cities
Master's in Athletic Training
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Sports Medicine Internship
University of Louisville
Sara Rock served as an athletic trainer at the collegiate level. As an athlete herself, who has endured sports-related injuries, she
has a passion for keeping her athletes healthy and helping them
return to their sport in a quick yet safe manner.
Woodbury High School, in partnership with Summit Orthopedics, is pleased to offer an innovative concussion management program called Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing (ImPACTTM) for all participating student-athletes.
Baseline concussion testing is available for all Woodbury High School student-athletes! Participation is completely optional, free, and does not in any way effect team selection or participation at Woodbury High School. Testing dates and times will be coordinated with coaches to reserved computer lab time at WHS prior to the start of the season. For more information, please refer to the parental letter and consent form below or www.impacttest.com. Additional concussion information can be found on the MSHSL or CDC web site.
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