Team Doctor and Athletic Training Services

Central Indiana Orthopedics is dedicated to taking care of athletes in the communities we serve. Several of our doctors and certified athletic trainers offer medical services to athletes of local sports clubs, high schools and universities. We are proud to partner with these outstanding organizations to be the official team physicians and/or athletic trainers for their student athletes.

Anderson University

Central Indiana Orthopedics has had the privilege of serving Anderson University student athletes since 2008. Dr. Warren Lawless is currently the Team Physician for Anderson University athletics.

“Serving the students athletes at Anderson University has offered me the privilege of treating hardworking, passionate, and competitive young athletes and growing together with an incredible medical support staff.“ ~ Warren Lawless, DO

Ball State University

Central Indiana Orthopedics has been a proud supporter of Ball State University for over 30 years. You’ll find Drs. Haller, Hunt and Waterman on the field and court as Team Physicians of Ball State Athletics. Additionally, Chester Coon provides athletic training coverage for Ball State University football student athletes.

“After serving as a team physician for over 24 years, it’s still fun to walk out on the field/court for a game. Memorable highlights include the Bowl games, championships, undefeated seasons, and the relationships I’ve built with staff and athletes. To watch the athletes succeed on the field/court after recovering from injury is very fulfilling!” ~ Kenneth Haller, DO

“As a graduate of Ball State, it is a true joy to be behind the scenes helping student athletes stay healthy as they compete and represent the University. I consider many Ball State sports medicine staff members my friends and mentors. Coming full circle from an athletic training student to serving as a team physician is pretty awesome!” ~ Jeremy Hunt, MD

“I enjoy being a Team Physician at Ball State University because it allows me to actively treat young, talented and driven athletes. The opportunity to help male and female athletes from a diversity of sports backgrounds recover from injury and return them to a high level competitive sport is especially rewarding. CHIRP CHIRP! ” ~ Scott Waterman, MD

“As an athletic trainer for Ball State football, I enjoy working with the athletes and helping them stay healthy and productive! Each season brings new challenges and successes for the team – it feels good to know I’ve played a small part in the team’s journey.” ~ Chester Coon, MS, ATC, LAT

Alexandria High School

“The most rewarding part about being an athletic trainer is seeing an athlete come back from an injury and getting to do what they love the most. The student-athletes and coaches at Alexandria High School were very welcoming and I’m excited to be a part of their team.” ~ Bethany Harlan, ATC

Frankton Jr.-Sr. High School

“Working with the coaches, staff, student-athletes, and families at Frankton has been a joy! Nothing is more rewarding than helping athletes succeed and thrive in their sports and in life!” ~ Taylor Nation, LAT, ATC

Lapel High School

“Helping a student-athlete recover after injury and get back to the game they love is very rewarding. Knowing that I played an important role in that process makes this the best job!” ~ Kelsey McGrady, ATC