(Fishers, Ind.) June 30—Methodist Sports Medicine announced today that the private practice
has entered into a partnership with Mudsock Youth Athletics (MYA), based in Fishers, Ind.
“We are extremely excited to be forming this partnership with Mudsock Youth Athletics. They
are an organization with a rich tradition of developing well-rounded youth that are destined
for success”, said Methodist Sports Medicine CEO Marty Rosenberg.
For over 40 years, Methodist Sports Medicine has served the residents of Indiana and
surrounding neighboring states with the best-integrated service lines model in orthopedic
care. Compiled of highly-skilled, fellowship-trained physicians, Methodist Sports Medicine
provides subspecialty-focused care in sports medicine and orthopedics. When you visit one
of our six Indiana locations, you’ll immediately find a caring atmosphere that houses an
innovative one-stop shop for all injury and recovery needs.
“Mudsock Youth Athletics loves to partner with community organizations that align with our
mission, said Executive Director, Scott Spillman. “Methodist Sports Medicine is a great
example of that. With their comprehensive orthopedic care and expertise in the sports
medicine space, we know that our families will be in great hands.”
This partnership was faciliated by a pilot program from the Hamilton County Sports Authority.
The Hamilton County Sports Authority creates positive economic and community impact by
attracting, supporting and developing sporting events, facilities and clubs for Hamilton
County, Indiana.
Mudsock Youth Athletics
MYA is a community-based youth sports, not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing
youth in the Hamilton Southeastern community with the opportunity to participate in
recreational and competitive team sports that promote character development, leadership,
and physical fitness. For more information, visit www.myathletics.com.
Methodist Sports Medicine
For more information about Methodist Sports Medicine, visit www.methodistsports.com.
Hamilton County Sports Authority
For more information about the Hamilton County Sports Authority, visit