Patient Centered Continuity
Sports medicine is the treatment and prevention of sports-related injuries and other health problems. A specialist in this field, known as a sports medicine specialist, has the main goal of preventing health problems from occurring. When a patient or athlete does experience a health issue, it is the sports medicine expert’s job to limit the amount of time the person spends away from regular activities.
Part of sports medicine involves sports injury rehabilitation, which involves a range of medical techniques that are used to help athletes regain their normal function and performance level after suffering from an injury.
- Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
- Ulnar Collateral Ligament (Tommy John)
- Ulnar Neuritis
- Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer's Elbow)
- Rotator Cuff Tear
- Labral Tears
- Shoulder Instability
- Back Pain
- Upper Back Pain
- Lower Back Pain
- ACL Tear
- Meniscus Injury
All medical patients and other pain and injury alleviation services are rendered under the personal guidance of the Performance Health physicians. As a result, there is constant communication between health care professionals involved eliminating the possibility of vital information being lost or misinterpreted. This approach assures the most cost efficient use of time as well as promoting a smoother and more complete road to recovery.We also focus on empowering patients regarding their diagnosis and treatment. Through education, patients gain a heightened body awareness, which helps them become proactive in managing disabling conditions and preventing injuries from reoccurring.
Performance Health also offers Internal and Primary Care Medicine at each of its locations.