SPORTS MEDICINE

Our Sports Medicine Department is dedicated to providing comprehensive care for sports-related injuries and optimizing athletic performance. With a team of specialized sports medicine physicians, orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, and sports trainers, we are committed to helping athletes of all levels recover from injuries and achieve their optimal performance. Our experienced physical therapists and sports trainers work closely with athletes to design customized rehabilitation programs. We focus on restoring function, improving strength and flexibility, and facilitating a safe return to sports activities.

We utilize the latest techniques and equipment to expedite recovery and enhance performance. We offer performance enhancement programs designed to optimize athletic performance and prevent future injuries. These programs include biomechanical assessments, strength and conditioning training, sports-specific training, and injury prevention strategies. Our goal is to help athletes reach their full potential while minimizing the risk of injuries.

Faqs

When should I see a sports medicine physician?

It is advisable to consult a sports medicine physician if you experience a sports-related injury or have concerns related to physical activity. This includes injuries such as sprains, strains, fractures, joint pain, muscle tears, or any condition that affects your ability to participate in sports or exercise

What are some common sports injuries?

Common sports injuries include sprained ligaments, strains (muscle or tendon injuries), fractures, dislocations, knee injuries (e.g., ACL tears), shoulder injuries (e.g., rotator cuff tears), tennis elbow, shin splints, and concussions. These injuries can occur during sports activities, exercise, or physical training.

How can I prevent sports injuries?

To help prevent sports injuries, it's important to warm up properly before physical activity, use appropriate protective gear (such as helmets, pads, or braces), maintain good physical conditioning, gradually increase the intensity and duration of training, practice proper technique, and listen to your body by allowing for adequate rest and recovery.