Kneed Answers? Free Health Talk for athletes

People of all ages engaged in athletics at any level or enjoying an active lifestyle will find helpful information at a free Health Talk: Kneed Answers? Thursday, April 20, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the B.A. Miller Auditorium at Winona Health, 855 Mankato Ave., Winona, Minn.

Winona Health Sports Medicine physician Andrew Millis, MD, and physical therapist Travis Kramolis, MPT, will share information to help you keep your knees strong and decrease your risk of injury.

“The knees are one of the body’s major joints, and an injury can cause constant pain and prevent you from doing what you want to do,” said Dr. Millis. “Of course not every injury is avoidable, but there are things athletes and active people can do to strengthen and protect their knees.”

Attendees will also learn more about what to do if they sustain an injury including signs that it is something that can be treated at home versus what might require medical attention.

Andrew Millis, MD

Presenter: Andrew Millis, MD

Dr. Millis earned his Medical Degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis and completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio. He completed a fellowship in Orthopedic Sports Medicine at Cleveland Clinic and helped take care of professional sports teams including the Cleveland Cavaliers and Cleveland Indians.

“I injured my knee playing football in my early teens,” said Dr. Millis. “The experience I had with my orthopedic surgeon influenced my decision to specialize in orthopedics and sports medicine. One of the reasons I chose Winona Health was for the opportunity to work with athletes and athletic teams at all levels including Winona State University and area high schools. The most rewarding part of my work is helping athletes and others get back to doing what they enjoy doing.”

Travis Kramolis, MPT

Presenter: Travis Kramolis, MPT

Travis Kramolis, MPT, has a special interest in sports medicine and is a certified clinical instructor. He received his master of Physical Therapy from University of Wisconsin La Crosse and has more than ten years of experience as a physical therapist.

“Our Sports Medicine team includes athletic trainers, physical therapists and physicians,” noted Kramolis. “This team approach helps people get the right combination of care to reach their maximum potential.”

RSVP for Kneed Answers is requested by Tuesday, April 18.

RSVP for Kneed Answers

If you have questions, please call 507.457.4161.




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