Sports Medicine Primary Care Service
What Sets Us Apart?
We’re home to one of the premier sports medicine programs in the country. In fact, many of our sports medicine primary care physicians are former athletes themselves. This means whether you’re a beginner, recreational athlete or an elite professional, you’ll benefit from our unique understanding of physically active individuals and the injuries they suffer.
Our primary care physicians are fellowship trained and specialize in the evaluation and management of non-surgical sports medicine problems. From simple fractures and complex sprains to muscle strains and concussion care, our primary care physicians have proven experience treating a wide range of athletic injuries. With a focus on patient care, education and research, our team of providers are dedicated to enhancing the health and performance of all active people.
Knee swelling also called a knee effusion or water on the knee, can make the knee feel unstable by increasing the space between the femur, tibia, and patella. There are many causes of knee swelling including injuries such as ligament…Read More »
Knee instability is the sensation of the knee giving out and is usually the result of an injury to a ligament. Injuries to one or more ligaments can lead to the two sides of the joint not being held tightly…Read More »
Knee pain is a common problem that can originate in any of the bony structures compromising the knee joint, the kneecap, or the ligaments and cartilage of the knee. Knee pain can affect people of all ages. It may be…Read More »
Rotator Cuff Injuries
Rotator Cuff Tear A variety of conditions and injuries can damage the rotator cuff, cause shoulder pain, and make it difficult for you to move your arm. Rotator cuff injuries and tears occur in a spectrum that ranges from tendonitis…Read More »
Non-Arthritic Hip Pain
There are a number of conditions not associated with arthritis that can cause hip pain. Some of the most common include fractures, inflammation in the hip joint and friction caused by abnormally shaped hip bones. How hip pain is treated…Read More »
There are several tendons in the hip area that attach the hip muscles to the bones. These tendons stabilize the joint and control hip and leg movements. Tendons are nonelastic connective tissue, which tends to become brittle with age or…Read More »
Shoulder Pain, Instability and Dislocations
Shoulder pain is a common problem for many people, especially those who are active. You may feel pain only when you move your shoulder, or all of the time. The pain may be temporary or it may continue and require…Read More »