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Primary Care Sports Medicine Service

Primary Care Sports Medicine Service

Nonsurgical treatment for the active individual.

The Primary Care Sports Medicine Service is comprised of a group of physicians trained in sports medicine who practice non-surgical musculoskeletal care. Our team can help patients determine whether their condition requires surgery or can be managed by other types of treatment.

The Primary Care Sports Medicine Service provides:

  • World-class patient care
  • Care for a variety of active patients
  • Non-surgical treatment options

Our patients are individuals looking to maintain active lifestyles. These include athletes of all ages and types including professional and recreational athletes, female athletes, high school and youth league athletes.

Any patient with a musculoskeletal injury or sports-related illness is welcome.

From young children to active retirees, our specialists treat a variety of musculoskeletal ailments including strains, sprains, tendinitis, fractures, sports concussions, and arthritis, as well as medical problems unique to the female athlete, runner, cyclist, swimmer, and a variety of other sports enthusiasts.

Other common conditions seen by physicians in the Primary Care Sports Medicine Service include pain or dysfunction in the following areas:

  • Neck
  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Wrist and hand
  • Back
  • Hip
  • Knee
  • Leg
  • Ankle and foot

Each physician in the Primary Care Sports Medicine Service originally started in primary care - family medicine, pediatrics, internal medicine - before going on to further training in sports medicine. All are active members in the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, the national organization for Primary Care Sports Medicine.


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