Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine

As an athlete, few things are more discouraging than sustaining an injury. Here at Advanced Orthopedics and Joint Preservation, our team understands this, which is why we are committed to providing patients with high-quality sports medicine. Working with our orthopedists will allow you to get back to your team at full strength. If you’ve recently become injured due to a sporting event, please don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment with our team.

Common Sports Injuries

Even if you’re someone who takes part in relatively contactless sports, it’s essential to remember that injuries can still happen at any time. Understanding this fact will allow you to seek treatment right away, even if you’re only dealing with minor pain. The faster treatment is received, the sooner you can return to action. Some of the most common sports injuries our team can help treat include but are not limited to:

  • Ankle sprains.
  • Stress fractures.
  • Bone breaks.
  • Shin splints.
  • Ligamentous problems. 
  • Muscle strains or tears.
  • Dislocations.
  • Overuse injuries.

Preventative Care

When it comes to sports medicine, the best treatment is to prevent an injury from ever occurring. Through the use of preventative care, we can allow this to take place. Our team will inform you what is necessary to help retain your strength and keep your body injury-free, so you can stay with your team and off the injured list.


Sometimes, athletes feel as if they can play through an injury. Even if they’re able to do so, it will significantly affect their athletic output. For specific injuries, complete immobilization of the affected body part is necessary for treatment. When this is the case, our team has several options to help with this, including the below:

  • Casting.
  • Bracing.
  • Splinting.
  • Slings.

Additional Sports Medicine Options

Here at Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation, we take pride in the sports medicine options we can provide our patients. Our team will perform a full assessment of the issue in questions to determine which treatment route will be most beneficial. After your condition has been evaluated, see below for some of the options that may be suggested:

  • Creating or prescribing custom orthotics.
  • Massage therapy.
  • Compression of the injured area.
  • Steroid injections.
  • Referrals to trusted physical therapists.
  • Reconstructive surgical procedures. 

Request An Appointment 

If you’re an athlete who has recently been injured, you’ll need to work with a team of experts if you want to expedite the recovery process. To get your treatment process started, be sure to contact our team at Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation today.  

Sports Medicine AAOS Links

A Guide to Safety for Young Athletes
Aerobic Exercise
Athletic Shoes
Starting a Strength Training Program
Burning Thigh Pain (Meralgia Paresthetica)
Compartment Syndrome
Complementary Therapies: Biofeedback
Creatine Supplements
Cross Training
Exercise and Bone and Joint Conditions
Flexibility Exercises for Young Athletes
Exercise Walking
Female Athletes: Health Problems Caused by Extreme Exercise and Dieting
Warm Up, Cool Down and Be Flexible
Football Injury Prevention
Hamstring Muscle Injuries
Heat Injury and Heat Exhaustion
Helmet Safety
Hockey Injury Prevention
Healthy Bones at Every Age
Mallet Finger (Baseball Finger)
Meniscal Tears
Muscle Contusion (Bruise)
Muscle Cramp
Muscle Strains in the Thigh
High School Sports Injuries
Baseball Injury Prevention
Tennis Injury Prevention
Golf Injury Prevention
Inline Skating Injury Prevention
Scooter-Related Injury Prevention
Return to Play
Biceps Tendon Tear at the Elbow
Safe Exercise
Selecting Home Exercise Equipment
Seniors and Exercise
Shin Splints
Shoulder Separation
Skiing Injury Prevention
Sledding Injury Prevention
Sports Injury Prevention for Baby Boomers
Sports Nutrition
Sprains, Strains, and Other Soft-Tissue Injuries
Starting an Exercise Program
Steroids Don’t Work Out
Stress Fractures
Stress Fractures of the Foot and Ankle
Throwing Injuries in the Elbow in Children
Tips for a Safe Running Program
Baseball Injury Prevention
Basketball Injury Prevention
Gymnastics Injury Prevention
Soccer Injury Prevention
Swimming Injury Prevention
Tennis Injury Prevention
Volleyball Injury Prevention