Are you knocked off the field, track, trail, court, sand, road, sidelines, pool, (or computer) because of injury? Let our clinic get you back faster and better. We provide many options to treat your injury and stimulate healing and recovery. From overuse injuries to acute injuries we have the tools needed to treat you.
Sports medicine is a medical practice focusing on the treatment of injuries resulting from athletic activities, exercise programs, or those with disabilities who would like to increase their mobility. Sports medicine physicians have extensive education in musculoskeletal medicine and treat injuries such as muscle, ligament, tendon and bone problems, but may also treat chronic illnesses that can affect physical performance, such as asthma and diabetes. Sports medicine experts also advise on managing and preventing injuries, which may include preventative measures such as conditioning and injury prevention, as well as treatments such as kinesiotape, spine rehabilitation, electric stimulation, or trigger point injections.
Sports Medicine services and programs include but are not limited to:
An instrument-assisted soft tissue and myofascial technique to restore functional movement patterns.
An imaging method that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of structures within your body.
Braces are worn either after an injury to aid in recovery or as a means of protection during physical activity.
Heat and cold therapy help relieve aching pain that results from muscle or joint damage.
Mild electrical pulses through the skin to help stimulate injured muscles or manipulate nerves to reduce pain.
An assessment to address strength, flexibility, power, stamina, posture, speed, balance, and agility.
Guides the physical recovery of individuals who have become partially or totally disabled because of spinal disease or injury
Use of multiangle video analysis to break down gait/running analysis in the multiple planes of motion.
Joint injections are used to deliver steroids directly into a joint, such as a knee, ankle, or wrist to reduce pain and swelling.