Sports Medicine

Supported recovery plans designed to minimize risk of future injury and strengthen performance.

Recovery Meets Optimization

Whether you’re a world-class athlete or a spin class devotee, our sports medicine team is here to help you step up your game and prevent sidelining injuries.

What We Treat

After a full biomechanical assessment, our sports medicine specialists work closely with our licensed Physical Therapists to create integrated treatment plans that effectively improve your strength and mobility.  Our treatments plans are highly adaptable and can address any sports-related injury, including:
Running Injuries: Achilles Tendonitis, Stress Fractures, Shin Splints, Plantar Fasciitis, IT Band Syndrome

Golf Injuries: Elbow Tendonitis, Rotator Cuff Injury, Herniated or Ruptured Disc

Tennis Injuries: Tennis Elbow, Rotator Cuff Injury, Stress Fracture, Ankle Sprain

Weightlifting Injuries: Herniated Discs, SLAP Tear, IT Band Syndrome, Patellar Tendonitis


You may need concussion testing if you have had a head injury or a blow to the body that jolts your head. Testing may be necessary even if you think the injury isn’t serious as it’s possible to have a concussion and not even know it.

Concussion Assessments check for things like alertness, memory, focus, how fast you think and your ability to solve problems in order to diagnose a possible concussion.

The goal of physical therapy is to make daily tasks and activities easier. It helps you move better and may relieve pain. It also helps improve or restore your physical function and your fitness level. Our physical therapy teams assist in determining the root cause of dysfunction, then design targeted treatment plans that help patients transition from pain to wellness.

A trigger point injection (TPI) is the administration of certain drugs directly into areas within muscles or fascia (the protective material surrounding many muscles of the body) that are sources of pain. This type of muscular pain may be a symptom of a variety of conditions. The affected areas are also known as trigger points, as they are “points” of tightness, tenderness, or discomfort in a specific muscle that may affect movement, normal function, or the quality of life of people affected by them. The drugs included in trigger point injections may be local anesthetics such as lidocaine or procaine. A more novel approach is to inject Botox (or botulinum toxin A) into a trigger point. This medication inhibits muscle contraction at a cellular level, which may contribute to the symptoms mentioned above. These injections are regarded as an effective treatment for pain or discomfort emanating from a trigger point. The average trigger point injection procedure lasts several minutes. After a completed injection procedure, the patient may be advised not to strain or over-use the treated area. The physician or specialist may also advise light exercise or stretching of the relevant muscle to contribute to the long-term remission of the trigger point while the tissue is relaxed by the injection.

This treatment is suggested when the tissues around a tendon are painful, swollen, or difficult to move. Tendon sheath injections on their own are unlikely to offer a cure but can be helpful alongside other treatments such as physiotherapy, splinting, and other longer-term medicines.

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