Meet Our Team
Free Sports Injury Assessments for Student Athletes
Monday - Friday, by appointment
Faith Regional Rehabilitation Therapies
1500 Koenigstein Ave.
The Faith Regional Sports Medicine program is the most comprehensive program in northeast Nebraska. It encompasses all areas of sports medicine and serves to benefit all active individuals, regardless of age or athletic ability.
Our facility offers state-of-the-art equipment, including an Aquatic therapy pool, Biofeedback monitoring, Hydrotherapy and Therapeutic modalities such as electrical stimulation, iontophoresis, ice, hot packs and ultrasound.
Our certified athletic trainers provide the following services:
Prevention of athletic injuries by making the competitive environment as safe as possible to reduce the likelihood of injury. Education of athletes on injury prevention, nutrition, performance and other issues pertaining to sports medicine is available.
Evaluation of athletic injuries efficiently and accurately. Our trainers can provide on-site First Aid to the injured athlete and make correct decisions in the management of acute injuries.
Rehabilitation of athletic injuries by working closely with and under the supervision of a physician with respect to rehabilitation procedures and the use of orthotic devices.
- Athletic Counseling and Guidance
- Community Outreach Programs including weekly visits to area schools and fitness centers and coverage of sporting events.
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What is involved in Sports Medicine?
Sports Medicine involves the care of active individuals. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Athletic Training
- Orthopedic Surgery
- Physical Therapy
- Sports Psychology
Athletes require a team of professionals who have a clear understanding of the demands of the sport and related injuries. Individual programs are designed for a safe return to sports performance, whether on the playing field, the court or even the dance floor. Faith Regional Sports Medicine athletic trainers address power, flexibility, balance, stability and coordination needed to enhance an athlete’s ability and confidence to perform.
Jennifer Aschoff, ATC, LAT
Jennifer graduated from Wayne State College in 2002 with a Bachelor degree in Exercise Science. She completed an internship at The Center for Neurosciences Orthopedics and Spine (CNOS) in Dakota Dunes, SD. Jennifer has worked at Faith Regional Health Services since 2003. She provides athletic training services to Madison High School, as well as outreach services to Howells, Clarkson and Leigh High Schools. Jennifer is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the Nebraska State Athletic Trainers Association (NSATA). Her personal interests include spending time with her husband, Frisbee golf, sewing, knitting and reading.
Adam Hervert, MA, ATC, LAT
Adam graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training. He then completed his Masters degree in Athletic administration while working as a Graduate Assistant Athletic trainer at the University of South Dakota. He provides athletic training services to Pierce High School. He became a member of the Faith Regional Sports Medicine Team in 2007. Adam is also a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association. His family includes his wife Jennifer and his son Jaylin.
Brooke Hughes, ATC, LAT
Brooke graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2011 with a Bachelor degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in Athletic Training and a Minor in Psychology. She provides athletic training services to Norfolk High School. Brooke is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, Nebraska State Athletic Trainers Association and is a licensed Athletic Trainer in the State of Nebraska. Her family includes her husband, Chance.
Kris Luellman, ATC, LAT
Kris graduated from Dakota Wesleyan University in 2000 with a Bachelor Degree in Sports Medicine with a concentration in Athletic Training. Kris previously worked as an Athletic Trainer for Black Hills Orthopedic and Spine Center in Rapid City, SD before moving to Norfolk. Prior to joining FRHS, he was the Athletic Trainer for Norfolk High School from 2004-2009. Kris is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), Nebraska State Athletic Trainers Association (NSATA) and is licensed in both Nebraska and South Dakota. Kris enjoys all outdoor activities, coaching his children’s teams and spending time with family and friends. His family includes his wife, Becky and sons Kieren, Kaden, Kash and daughter Kaylor.
Allison Ruhnke, MS, ATC, LAT
Allison received her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from the University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK). She then completed her Masters degree in Athletic Training from the University of Northern Iowa (UNI), while working as a graduate assistant for Northern University High School. Allison provides athletic training services to Stanton High School and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association.
Kurt Schmoldt, MSEd, ATC, LAT
Kurt graduated from Wayne State College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training and from Fort Hays State University with a Masters degree in Health and Human Performance with emphasis in Sports Medicine. He served as Head Athletic Trainer for Wayne State College from 2001-2004 and has been providing athletic training services in northeast Nebraska for 15 years. Kurt provides athletic training services to Battle Creek High School and outreach services to Randolph High School and Elkhorn Valley High School. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and a licensed Athletic Trainer in the State of Nebraska. His family includes his wife Janet and children Eric and Amanda.
Michelle Seagren, MS, ATC, LAT
Michelle graduated from Wayne State College in 2006 with a Bachelors degree in Health and Physical Education. She then completed her Masters of Science in Athletic Training from South Dakota State University. Michelle is a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association and provides athletic training services to Northeast Community College and outreach services to Wausa, Bloomfield, and Plainview. Her family includes her husband Dan and their daughter Isabelle.
Bob Sullivan, ATC, LAT
Bob received his Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from the University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK). While studying sports medicine at UNK, he was involved in the NCAA Division II Women’s Volleyball Championships, Wrestling Championships and Women’s Basketball Elite Eight Tournament. Bob is certified in Athletic Training from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification and is licensed in Athletic Training by the Nebraska State Department of Health. Bob gained experience working with high school athletes as an assistant Athletic Trainer at Millard North High School in Omaha, NE. Bob is a native of Norfolk and he and his wife Katlinn have one child, McKenna.