17th Annual Wichita Sports Medicine Symposium
Tarun Bhargava, M.D.
Dr. Bhargava was raised in Wichita, KS. He attended the University of Kansas where he graduated with honors. He then attended medical school at the University of Kansas—Kansas.
Dr. Bhargava did his residency at the University of Kansas Wichita. He completed his education with an advanced year of training in knee and hip replacement at Johns Hopkins under the tutelage of Dr. David Hungerford, one of the fathers of total joint replacement, as well as Dr. Marc Hungerford and Dr. Harpal Khanuja. Dr. Bhargava practices out of MAO’s East Wichita and West Wichita locations.
Jennifer Celso, DPT, WCS
Wichita State University & Essential Core Physical Therapy
Jennifer received her Bachelor of Science in Health Service Organization and Policy from Wichita State, her Masters in Physical Therapy from Wichita State University, and Doctor of Physical Therapy from Northeastern University of Boston. She is Board Certified in Women’s Health Specialization, and currently an Associate Professor of Physical Therapy at Wichita State University and owner of Essential Core Physical Therapy, Inc.
Bradley Dart, M.D.
Dr. Dart is a fellowship trained and board-certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hip and pelvic surgery including joint replacement, hip arthroscopy and fracture care. In addition he specializes in fractures of the shoulder, arm, elbow, forearm, wrist, hip, pelvis, femur, knee, lower leg and ankle.
Dr. Dart is from Wichita, Kansas and obtained his medical degree and completed his residency at the University of Kansas. He returned to Wichita after completing his fellowship at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee in 2007. He joined the AOA practice in 2009. He was the first surgeon in Wichita to utilize the direct anterior approach for total hip replacements. He is also one of the few surgeons in the area who perform hip arthroscopies.
In addition to his practice Dr. Dart serves at the Director of Orthopaedic Trauma at Via Christi. He is also the Program Director of the Orthopaedic Residency Program for the KU School of Medicine in Wichita. He enjoys going to conferences, staying up to date on the latest techniques in orthopedics, teaching and ensuring our future orthopaedic surgeons are well prepared to provide quality care to their future patients.
Nicole Fenoglio, LSCSW
Stop Suicide ICT
Nicole is a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker with over ten years of experience working in the mental health field. She has worked with both children and adults treating a variety of mental health issues in both outpatient and inpatient settings. Nicole is the founder and president of a local nonprofit organization called StopSuicideICT that focuses on education and awareness of suicide prevention in the community. She is also the director for a home and community-based services agency providing rehabilitation for individuals with brain injuries. Throughout Nicole’s career, she has used motivational interviewing techniques to improve outcomes in a variety of different populations.
Phillip Hagan, M.D.
Dr. Hagan is excited to join the AOA family in June 2019. Board-certified in orthopaedic surgery and fellowship-trained in sports medicine, Dr. Phillip Hagan specializes in arthroscopic knee surgery, shoulder surgery, and the diagnosis and treatment of sports-related injuries and conditions.
After receiving his Doctor of Medicine degree from Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1986, Dr. Hagan completed his residency at The University of Kansas School of Medicine–Wichita in 1991. He went on to complete his sports medicine fellowship at the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1992. His surgical expertise includes meniscus repair, ACL reconstruction, cartilage repair, rotator cuff repair, shoulder instability, labral repair, and total shoulder replacement.
When he is not seeing patients or instructing in orthopaedics, Dr. Hagan pursues fitness and enjoys traveling and spending time with his family.
Kim Harris, RN, CWCA, CHRN
Newton Medical Center
Kim Harris RN CWCA CHRN has been a nurse for 26 years. 18 years bedside CCU, 2 year clinical education, 6 years of wound care. Intensive care was Kim’s first love straight out of nursing school, however when she turned 50 she looked at her plan ahead and thought “I can’t do this for another 20 years” so thus the beginning of wound care.
Wound care journey started as an underling of a wound care nurse, learning on the fly (as most nurses do). Then studying and sitting for the Certified Wound Care Associate certificate. After passing that exam she swore she wouldn’t take a test again. However, after starting as the Newton Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Center in Newton, KS… test time again.
It was decided by management and staff that the Newton Wound Center would apply for a National Certification for the Hyperbaric Unit. During and for the 2 year process there needed to be more than one certified hyperbaric person in the unit, so the obvious person was the manager. In the next 2 years Kim studied and received the Safety director certification and her Certified Hyperbaric Registered Nurse certificate (which took 2 times to pass). The HBO unit received accreditation by the Undersea Hyperbaric Medical Society.
Kim is married to Marc who is a RN/MICT and has 40 years plus experience, 4 children 2 of which are in the medical fields and 2 Grands. Kim loves to sing and be involved in music and her favorite hobby is gardening. Kim always will say “digging in the soil is cheaper than a Shrink”.
B.J. Lahecka, DPT
Wichita State University
B J Lehecka is an Assistant Professor at Wichita State University in Wichita, KS. He is the Director of Wichita Running, a clinic for runners and sports teams. His research is focused on gluteal endurance measures and their relationship to running-related injuries. He is a PhD Candidate in Orthopedic and Sports Science at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. In addition to university lecturing, he has been an invited speaker for 20 continuing education conference lectures. He has published multiple articles relevant to sports physical therapy.
Robert Manske, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS
ViaChristi Health Systems & Wichita State University; Wichita
Rob is currently an Associate Professor in the Doctoral Physical Therapy Program at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas. Rob graduated from WSU in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education, a Master of Physical Therapy degree in 1994, and further earned a Master of Education degree in Physical Education in 2000. He received his DPT from Massachusetts General Institute of Health Professions in 2006. Rob has been an APTA Board Certified Sports Physical Therapist since 2002. Rob is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and a certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) through the National Athletic Trainers Association.
Daniel Prohaska, M.D.
Advanced Orthopaedic Associates; Wichita
Dr. Prohaska graduated with a Bachelor of Biology degree from Kansas State University and attended medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. After his residency, he traveled to the University of Pittsburgh where he completed his fellowship in the field of Sports Medicine. While in Pittsburgh, he worked closely with the University of Pittsburgh athletes as well as the Pittsburgh Steelers football team.
After completing his fellowship in 2001, Dr. Prohaska returned to Wichita and began his practice specializing in the care of shoulder, elbow, and knee injuries.
Corey Reed, LMFT, CCCR
Corey completed his undergraduate degree from Kansas State in Advertising/Marketing in December of 1997. He worked in various jobs from media buying, customer service, retention and sales before he decided to find a career more “rewarding”. After 12 years in the advertising and media field he decided to use his life experience and interest in psychology to help others. Corey received his Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) degree from Friends University in the June 2011.
After completing his graduate practicum at EMPAC (EAP), Corey was hired as a full-time employee and provided affiliate coordination, counseling, training, HR consultation, employee mediations and company engagement efforts for the agency. He also represented EMPAC and facilitated group critical incident stress debriefings (CISD) for consortium companies like Spirit Aerosystems, Textron Aviation, Fidelity Bank, after traumatic events including officer-involved shootings, bank robberies, plane crashes or employee deaths to name a few.
Corey’s experience and reputation have made him a primary “go to” for the Wichita Police Department and Sedgwick County Sheriff’s CISM Teams and various other law enforcement departments across the region. He was also directly involved with helping Excel Industries (Hesston, KS) and employees recover from the aftermath of a workplace shooting that killed three and injured many others on Feb 25, 2016. He provided support and consultation to their leadership team, facilitated debriefings and was one of four counselors on-site when employees went back to work on 1st and 2nd shift two weeks later.
Since leaving EMPAC in February 2018, Corey continues educating law enforcement on mental wellness and resiliency while working to expand his training and consulting business. He currently serves as Board President for the Wichita Police Department/Sedgwick County Sheriff Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association (CPAAA). Corey is a Certified Corporate Crisis Responder (C.C.C.R.) by both the National Center for Crisis Management & American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress.
Corey enjoys staying busy in his off time with outdoor activities, sports, home improvement projects and cheering on his Kansas State Wildcats. His latest project is restoring a 1964 Chevy C-10 pickup truck like the one his grandpa once owned.