Community Health Network

Roundtripper Academy is pleased to welcome Community Health Network Sports Medicine is our exclusive health care provider. Community Sports Medicine began to provide onsite services at our academy on Oct. 7th, 2014.

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Baseball Season is Here!

Baseball cleats and foot conditions

By: Kenneth P. Stumpf, DPM

As a podiatrist, I see a lot of common foot conditions that are associated with playing baseball as an adolescent. Some of the most common injuries we encounter in young athletes include calcaneal apophysitis and plantar fasciitis. One of the biggest concerns with cleats is their lack of substantial support to the foot and ankle. This article is not meant to recommend a specific brand of cleats, but rather discuss the characteristics to look for when purchasing new cleats this season, and... Read More

Community Sports Medicine
Joshua Kluetz, DO, Daniel Kraft, MD, Michael DaRosa, DO

Need a sports medicine primary care physician?

Walk-in clinic for orthopedic and sports injuries Suffer an injury in practice, working out or in a game? You now have access to Community Sports Medicine's walk-in orthopedic and sports injuries clinic. Available to area student athletes, weekend warriors and active individuals who have a new or recent sports or orthopedic injury. No appointment is needed to see a sports medicine physician, Monday through Saturday, 8 to 10 a.m. on Community North's campus. Community Sports Medicine and Community Orthopedic Specialty Care physicians will provide medical care for this walk-in service. Common orthopedic and sports injuries seen are; sprains, muscle strains, joint injuries, fractures.

Location:    Community Sports Medicine
8040 Clearvista Parkway, Suite 440
Indianapolis, IN 46256

Meet the Community Sports Medicine Team


DeAnne M Green, MS, ATC, LAT, PES


Manager, Community Sports Medicine


  • California University of Pennsylvania, California, Pennsylvania
    • Exercise Science and Health Promotion with a specialty in Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention, Master of Science
  • University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL, Bachelor of Science

Sports Medicine Experience:
  Green brings a wealth of experience as a Certified Athletic Trainer with specialty certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine - Performance Enhancement Specialist and National Association of Speed and Explosion - Certified Coach. Prior to arriving at Community, Green worked with the prestigious Andrews Institute of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine in Florida where she worked with renowned sports medicine experts from across the country. At Andrews Institute, Green provided athletic training, physical therapy, and performance services for every level of competition including athletes from intramural, high school, collegiate, Olympic, international, and professional teams. With a special interest in sports injury prevention and education, Green serves on Indiana Athletic Trainers' Association as the Vice Chair of the Education Committee, serves on the Ossur Americas - Athletic Training Advisory Committee, and has lectured across the country.


Tiffany Franklin, ATC


Athletic Trainer


  • Franklin College, Franklin, IN, Athletic Training, Bachelor of Art
  • Ball State University, Muncie, IN, Exercise Science and Sports Performance, Master of Art

Sports Medicine Experience:
Franklin has provided sideline sports medicine coverage for student athletes across high school and collegiate levels as well as sports camps for youth intramural sports. She participated in Ball State Lab to train athletic trainer students the art of exercise technique and skills. Her past experience involved managing sports injury prevention, assessment and evaluation and rehabilitation of sports injuries for students in volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, track and field, soccer and lacrosse. She has provided coverage for Butler University, Ball State University and Franklin College. Franklin currently serves sports medicine coordinator for Community Sports Medicine as well as practice coordinator for Dr. Mike DaRosa, Primary Care Sports Medicine.


Jeff Mestrich, PT, DSc, CMPT, ATC, LAT


Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer


  • Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy from Andrews University
  • Master of Health Science in Physical Therapy from University of Indianapolis
  • Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from University of Indianapolis

Sports Medicine Experience:
Sports Medicine experience: Mestrich has expertise and advanced training in the area of sports physical therapy. Bringing his areas of special interest in sports medicine, Mestrich utilizes his education and training of manual therapy techniques for spine and extremities, post-surgical rehabilitation and experience in shoulder and knee rehabilitation in supporting athletes of all ages in prevention and recovery of injuries in all levels of sports. Dr. Mestrich is a member of the Sports and Orthopaedic sections of the APTA and has a certification in Manual Therapy through the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy.


Joel Novak, PT, DPT, CSCS, FMS


Physical Therapist, Strength and Conditioning Coach


  • Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Indianapolis
  • Master of Health Science in Physical Therapy from University of Indianapolis
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology, Minor in Athletic Training from Belmont University

Sports Medicine Experience:
  Novak is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and certified in Selective Functional Movement Systems (SFMS), Function Movement Screen (FMS) and trained in Graston Technique, Y Balance Testing for risk of injury and Mulligan Concept manual therapy. He has a special interest in overhead throwing rehabilitation. Novak is a teaching assistant with University of Indianapolis Physical Therapy program and a former Division I Baseball Player. A member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).


Brad Gunther, PTA, ATC/L


Physical Therapist Assistant, Athletic Trainer


  • Bachelor of Science Athletic Training - Anderson College
  • Associate in Physical Therapy Assistant - Arapahoe Community College

Sports Medicine Experience:
  Gunter has vast experience covering sports medicine and orthopedic injuries, and as a physical therapy assistant is skilled in the Graston Technique for soft tissue mobilization. Additionally he is trained in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) in assessing movement patterns associated with musculoskeletal pain and the Y Balance Test which tests a person's risk for injury and ability for functional symmetry. Gunter also can offer Foot/Ankle orthotic fabrication.

He is a member of National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and Indiana Athletic Trainer Association (IATA).


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