Bellin to Host Titletown Clinic Grand Opening
Public can tour facility, meet Packers alumni and enter to win Packers prizes
Members of the public are invited to a Sept. 23 grand-opening event for Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics, the health system’s state-of-the-art facility that opened in late July.
The event runs from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and will include facility tours, refreshments and giveaways. Attendees can meet Green Bay Packers alumni Earl Dotson and Doug Evans, and enter for the chance to win Packers tickets and a signed Jordy Nelson jersey. The clinic is located at 1970 S. Ridge Road, immediately west of Lambeau Field in Titletown. Parking will be available in the Northwest corner of the Lambeau Field parking lot, near the Verizon Gate.
“We are excited for the community to experience this terrific new facility, which expands and enhances our ability to provide the same high-quality care to members of the public as we do professional athletes — including the Green Bay Packers,” said George Kerwin, Bellin Health president and CEO. “We’ve had excellent initial feedback from our patients, and we can’t wait to share our new building and second-to-none expertise with the rest of the community.”
Bellin’s facility is geared toward injury prevention, performance improvement, and treatment and therapy for injuries. It features sports medicine and complementary offerings including sports nutrition and access to sports psychology. The clinic offers the best diagnostic equipment available, including X-ray, lab and MRI.
Bellin Health Titletown is staffed by longtime Packers team physician Dr. Patrick McKenzie and nationally renowned foot and ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson, as well as Dr. Jim Ebben, Dr. James Spears and other sports medicine specialists. It serves as a care location for Packers players and the community at large.
Beyond injury treatment, Bellin Health Titletown employs sports performance experts who use ultra-high-speed video equipment to analyze athletic movements, helping to enhance performance, correct movements that lead to injury and indicate when it’s safe to return to action.
To make an appointment at Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics, call (920) 430-4888. More information is available at www.bellin.org/titletown.