Sports Medicine Info
OhioHealth Sports Medicine is your team’s official healthcare provider, with expert sports medicine physicians and athletic trainers providing medical treatment, physical therapy, sports physicals and more.
The OhioHealth Sports Medicine team helps every athlete stay active in their sport and injury-free.''
Meet Your Madison Christian Sports Medicine Team
Amanda Sampsel MS, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer
Amanda has been a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) for six years and is starting her fifth year with OhioHealth Sports Medicine.
She graduated from Kent State University in 2012 where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training. After finishing her undergraduate degree, Amanda was the graduate assistant athletic trainer at Otterbein University where her primary responsibilities were the Football and Track & Field teams. She obtained a Master’s Degree in Allied Health with a concentration in Post-Professional Athletic Training in 2014 from Otterbein University.
Prior to arriving at MCS, she was an athletic trainer at Olentangy Orange High School, Hilliard Bradley High School, and most recently Hilliard Memorial and Hilliard Heritage Middle Schools. Amanda is also a Health Aide in Hilliard City School District in addition to her role as head athletic trainer.
Amanda has been a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association for 10 years. She is certified in basic life support CPR and is also a certified CPR instructor through the American Heart Association.
Ryan Siegel, DO
Family Medicine & Sports Medicine
Dr. Ryan Siegel is a board-certified family medicine physician with fellowship training in sports medicine. He is also a Certified Athletic Trainer and has extensive experience with high school and collegiate level athletes.
His special interests include preventive care for families and active patients of all ages, and utilizing osteopathic manipulative treatments such as soft tissue techniques, muscle energy, and direct manipulation. These treatments help ease pain, promote healing, and increase overall mobility.
Dr. Siegel treats sports injuries of all types, and has experience with non-surgical treatment options such as ultrasound-guided corticosteroid injections.
Dr Siegel is able to see MCS student-athletes within 24-28 hours. Mention that you are scheduling for a MCS athlete when calling for an appointment.
OhioHealth Pickerington Sports Medicine
1010 Refugee Road, Suite 200
Pickerington, Ohio 42147
Tuesday – Friday 7am-4pm
OhioHealth Sports Medicine is available 24/7 at 614.566.4263 (GAME)
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