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Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute

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Sports medicine

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Get the care and training you need to push yourself further

When you are dedicated to staying healthy and fit, you want to make sure your body can keep up with you. That’s where we come in.

You can get the care you need for every stage of your athletic life from our team of orthopedic sports medicine specialists and nonoperative sports medicine providers. Whether you’re just learning a new sport, want to compete at a higher level or need to learn modified ways to exercise, we’re here to support you.


If you experience an injury along the way, our team can give you the high-quality treatment and rehabilitation you need to get back to the activities you care about. Some of the injuries and diseases we treat include: 

  • Shoulder conditions, including rotator cuff injuries
  • Hip conditions such as bursitis and labral tears
  • Knee conditions, including anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears
  • Elbow conditions such as ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injuries
  • Fractures
  • Concussions
  • Arthritis and osteoarthritis
  • Sudden or chronic wrist pain
  • Joint instability or swelling
  • Ligament sprains or strains
  • Nerve compression syndromes, including carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Overuse injuries, including tendonitis
  • Muscle weakness
Our comprehensive Sports Medicine guide

Our Sports Medicine guide will help you understand types of sports injuries and what treatment options are available for immediate and long-term relief. We’re here for you with the education, tools and expertise you need to live the active lifestyle you deserve, free from sports injuries.

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You might want to visit a nonoperative sports medicine provider if you have:
  • A concussion injury with symptoms such as dizziness or headaches
  • A minor muscle or ligament injury, such as a sprained ankle
  • An interest in receiving biologic treatments, including platelet-rich plasma (PRP)
You might want to visit an orthopedic sports medicine specialist if you have:
  • An injury severe enough that it may require surgery, such as a broken hip
  • A complex bone or muscle condition, such as bone death (avascular necrosis)
  • Rare diseases that need specialized care, including tumors
What do we have in common?

Everyone on our orthopedics and sports medicine team is here to help you feel better. Regardless of where you book your appointment, we will make sure you get the quality care you need.