Sports Medicine Team
Our fall sports season has been a tremendous success for Springboro with all of our teams either winning GWOC Championships or in contention to win one. Our football team is off to a great start and we are hopeful that we qualify for the playoffs for the first time ever as a Division I school. Fall sports usually sets the tone for the year and this year is no exception. Our winter and spring sports will all be competitive and we look for big things from them the rest of the year.
Our partnership with Miami Valley Hospital has been very successful for our athletic department. Our facilities at CareFlight Field are some of the best in the entire area. The services provided by Miami Valley have provided our students with the opportunity to learn about several fields in the health care industry. They are more than willing to provide speakers, career shadowing and health care professionals who allow our students to experience and learn from some of the best in the field. The training staff they provide are very knowledgeable and professional and go out of their way to take care of our students as well as doing an excellent job of communicating with our parents. We are thankful for the many hours they spend on our campus.
Springboro High School
Meet the Bellbrook High School Sports Medicine Team
Gregory Bozeka has been with Miami Valley Hospital as an athletic trainer since July, 2010. The Canton, Ohio native became interested in athletic training in high school. He learned he had a heart murmur and ended up spending more time on the sidelines than on the field. “I realized how important those folks on the sidelines are,” said Greg.
Greg is a graduate of Ohio University where he majored in athletic training. He spent several years as assistant athletic trainer at Missouri University of Science and Technology providing athletic services to football, men’s basketball and baseball. Greg was head athletic trainer for the Southern Ohio Copperheads summer league baseball team and a first aid provider while at Ohio University for high school and youth summer camps. It was his wife and his desire to get back to the Buckeye state that brought Greg to his current position as athletic trainer at Springboro High School. At Springboro, Greg oversees boys and girls soccer, boys basketball, wrestling and baseball.
“I’ve never been a 9 to 5 sit-at-a-desk person. I’ve always loved sports and I love what I do.”
Christopher D. Cameron
Chris has been with the Miami Valley Hospital since February. The Huber Heights native became interested in athletic training while he was a cross country/track athlete at Wayne High School. He is a 2007 graduate of Wright State University with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training. While at WSU, he interned in athletic training at the University of Alaska-Anchorage. Chris went on to get his master’s degree in education for the University of Dayton. While at UD he was a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the women’s volleyball and track and field teams. After graduate school, Chris was an intern Athletic Trainer with the National Football League’s Atlanta Falcons, the 2010 NFC South division champions. Currently, Chris is an athletic trainer at Springboro High School. Chris enjoys helping athletes prevent injuries and helping them return to the field of play following an injury. At Springboro Chris is responsible for the student athletes in football, volleyball, girl’s basketball and softball. He shares responsibilities with athletic trainer Greg Bozeka in cross country, track, wrestling and swimming.
Louis Rubino, MD
Dr. Rubino is a graduate of Georgetown University Medical School. He did his orthopedic residency at Miami Valley Hospital and a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Virginia. He is certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery with a subspecialty certification in orthopedic sports medicine.
Dr. Rubino serves as director of resident education and as a team physician for Miami University Middletown, the University of Dayton Flyers and Springboro High School.
Roberta M. Kern, MD
Dr. Roberta Kern loves being outdoors and sports of all types. As a physician she knows how important it is to keep the body healthy and strong. It’s only natural that she incorporates exercise, fitness and good nutrition into her daily routine and life’s work.
Dr. Kern is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Medicine in Columbus and completed her family medicine residency program at Bethesda North Hospital, as well as her sports medicine fellowship training at Beacon Orthopedics in Cincinnati. She is certified in Family and Sports Medicine. Currently, Dr. Kern is a physician with Premier HealthNet and has a practice at EduCare Family Medicine located on the campus of Springboro High School. She has experience in training athletes of all ages from pee-wees to professionals.