Sports Medicine at The Orthopedic Clinic
We understand that you depend on your body to function at its peak level as an athlete. At The Orthopedic Clinic, we’ve treated professional, high school, and college athletes with cutting-edge sports medicine techniques to help them get back to the top of their game.
We can help you do the same through:
- On-site physical therapy for a seamless patient experience
- Minimally-invasive surgery for faster recovery and fewer complications
- Outpatient surgical procedures with minimal time in a hospital
- Comprehensive treatment and recovery plans to help you elevate your game
- Interventional pain management
Our Approach to Sports Medicine
At The Orthopedic Clinic, we individualize the treatment plan to your needs to provide the best care possible for you. Whether it’s wear and tear or an injury from the demands your sport puts on the body, our goal is always to provide treatment that balances the fastest recovery possible with our patients’ overall health and well-being.
Our most common treatments from working with professional, collegiate, and high school athletes include:
- Arthroscopic reconstruction of anterior cruciate ligament tears
- Arthroscopic treatment of meniscal tears
- Knee dislocation, multiple ligament repair, and reconstruction-MCL/LCL/PCL
- Cartilage repair and transplantation
- Arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs
- Arthroscopic shoulder labral (SLAP) repair
- Shoulder instability
- Exercise induced compartment syndrome
- Stress fractures
Why Choose The Orthopedic Clinic?
We give our patients the ability to live their very best life in full motion. We approach sports medicine with this mindset, customizing our treatment plan to you. Why? Because we believe this is how to provide the best care possible. And that’s what you deserve.
At The Orthopedic Clinic, we offer:
- Four physicians who completed fellowship training in sports medicine
- A minimally-invasive approach to surgery for fastest recovery possible
- Outpatient procedure options depending on the sports-related injury
- On-site physical therapy centers for a seamless patient experience
- 24-hour regional anesthesia so our patients experience zero pain from surgery
- Nerve block catheters to minimize post-procedure pain and reduce the need for narcotics
What Is Sports Medicine?
Sports medicine aims to help athletes or any active person recover as quickly as possible after an injury. To achieve this, physicians receive special training in comprehensive care techniques.
At The Orthopedic Clinic, we have four fellowship-trained sports medicine physicians. They treat a wide range of patients from professional athletes to teens and children to those who have physically demanding jobs.
Sports medicine helps injured patients restore their health and range of motion quickly, and also provides care and education on how to prevent future injuries and sport-related illnesses.
Call 386-255-4596 to see a physician at The Orthopedic Clinic about a sports-related injury.
Sports Medicine Treatments
Our three fellowship-trained sports medicine physicians perform several treatments at The Orthopedic Clinic, including:
An ACL tear is an injury to one of the ligaments in your knee, and is most commonly seen in athletes who participate in high demand sports. It can be caused by sudden movements, landing incorrectly from a jump, or trauma. When designing treatment, we’ll take into account your lifestyle and specific needs.
The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that hold your shoulder in place. If a rotator cuff injury occurs, the person experiences pain, swelling, and a limited range of motion. This type of injury can be caused by trauma, repetitive movements, or normal wear from aging. Whether you need conservative treatment or surgery, we’ll tailor the best plan for you.
The Achilles tendon is the strongest and largest tendon in the human body. It connects the muscles in your calf to your heel bone. It’s often injured by failing to stretch properly prior to exercise, a sudden increase in activity levels, or a bad landing after a jump. When the injury is minor, it can be treated with at-home care. However, if you need surgery, we’ll make sure to individualize a treatment plan to your specific situation.
This injury occurs when muscles become fatigued and unable to absorb shock. The fatigued muscle then transfers the overload of stress to the bone, causing a tiny crack called a stress fracture. Common among athletes, we individualize our treatment plan to your needs.
Have You Recently Had a Sports Injury?
Contact our dependable orthopedic sports medicine specialists today to learn more about how we can help you rejuvenate your joints and get you back to the things you love to do.