Types of sports injuries we treat include (but are not limited to):
  • Ligament injuries
    Sprains or ruptures
  • ACL in the knee, AC ligament in the shoulder, UCL of the elbow
  • Joint injuries
    Dislocations & subluxations
    Hip and shoulder labrum tears
  • Muscle injuries
    Strains, ruptured muscles or tendons
  • Overuse injuries
    Shin splints, IT band tightness, tendinitis, rotator cuff injuries
  • Acute and trauma-related injuries
  • Stress fractures
  • Bursitis
  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Concussions (mild traumatic brain injuries) and second impact syndrome
We also offer such non-surgical services such as:
  • Comprehensive pre-season physical exams to assess for not only orthopedic concerns, but cardiac issues and blood disorders such as sickle cell anemia
  • Baseline and post-injury concussion screenings and evaluations
  • Education on injury and illness prevention
  • Functional movement screens
  • Exercise prescription
  • Balance and vestibular training for post-concussion patients
  • Chronic and acute illness management-Sports Nutrition
  • Counseling on usage of supplements and ergogenic aids
  • Sports Psychology
  • Strength and conditioning recommendations
  • Special needs of the female athlete
  • Sports-focused physical therapy
  • Form analysis (running, pitching, throwing, golf swing) and training recommendations to improve performance and reduce injuries

Athletic Training &Team Physician Services

We also partner with local colleges and high schools to offer team physicians and athletic training services. This allows us to practice medicine outside of our clinics on the sidelines. Through this, we can offer non-surgical services. Learn more here.

When non-surgical treatments aren't the solution, our orthopedists are experts in providing state of the art arthroscopic and cutting edge orthopedic surgery that is backed by the best available medical literature.