“In a situation a few years ago at an Indianapolis high school, an athlete was saved by the quick action of Betsy Bradley, an athletic trainer from St. Vincent Sports Performance. An ice bath dropped his temperature quickly, and he showed no consequences just a few days later. I met the young man just a week after the incident and he missed no time, showed no consequences and was walking around like any normal teenager would. I’m not sure he even understood how close he came to death.”
By Dave Lewandowski and Arni Sribhen, IndyCar.com
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports received the Spirit of Sport Award from St. Vincent Sports Performance in Indianapolis for its dedicated fitness regimen, which also has helped build relationships that translates to the shop and the racetrack (see video below).
By Anne Marie Tiernon, WTHR-TV 13
“I think the pendulum has swung very far to the hypersensitive, hyperawareness side,” said Dr. Patrick Kersey, a St. Vincent physician who serves as medical director for USA Football.
So much so that doctors on the Sports Circle Indy panel report central Indiana parents are rushing their kids to the doctor for merely a headache.
By Mark J. Burns, Forbes.com
Added Ken Ungar, President of U/S Sports Advisors: “When a mid-size market like a Cleveland or an Indianapolis have marquee athletes like that, the market benefits. …The national dialogue will now include Cleveland more times than not. The real winner is the city.”
By JK Wall, Indianapolis Business Journal’s “HealthCare Weekly”
“Kacey Oiness, a psychologist, has joined St. Vincent Sports Performance, consulting primarily with the Purdue University Athletic Department. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University. She earned master’s and doctoral degrees in counseling psychology from Colorado State University in Fort Collins.”