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Sports Medicine Northwest

Sports Medicine Northwest

You are not a number when visiting NWIA Bone & Joint, you are treated as family and their empathy to all is amazing. Proud we have them in this area.

We'll be on the sidelines, ready to respond to any injury that may arise


Sports Medicine Northwest has a group of five highly skilled athletic trainers who provide exceptional care to high school athletes. Our team is dedicated to serving 20 different schools in the area.

The schools we serve – Algona, Algona Bishop Garrigan, Pocahontas, West Bend, Manson NW Webster, North Union, Storm Lake, Storm Lake St. Mary’s, East Sac, Alta, OABCIG, Spencer, South O’Brien, Sioux Central, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn, Okoboji, Emmetsburg, Graettinger-Terril-Ruthven-Ayrshire and Sibley.  Colleges – Buena Vista University and Iowa Lakes Community College.

During the fall season, we offer free Saturday morning clinics at Spencer, Spirit Lake, and Storm Lake high schools for all interested students. Throughout the year, we provide training room services to every one of the 20 schools we serve.

In addition to our regular duties, our trainers are always present at events, whether on the sidelines or in the stands, ready to respond to any injury that may arise. Our commitment to the athletes’ well-being is unwavering, and we take pride in our ability in utilizing the most modern techniques to care for each athlete through prevention, care and rehabilitation of athletic injuries.

Athletic Trainers

NWIA Bone Athletic Trainers

 Jim Lonning

Mike Spetman

Stephanie Hoermann

Luke Whitlock

Brice Broz


Because they are concerned with the health of your bones.
Your recent fracture and/or surgery made them wonder if your bones are as healthy as they can be.

What Will Happen in the Osteoporosis Clinic?

What should I bring to my appointment?

If you have previous Bone Mineral Density reports, bring them.
If you take a multivitamin, calcium and/or Vitamin D either bring the bottles, or write down the amount of calcium, vitamin D, magnesium, phosphorus and alkaline phosphatase in each tablet. Note how many tablets make up a serving size and how many tablets you take daily.