Louisville Orthopaedic Clinic
4130 Dutchmans Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
Northgate Medical Center
3605 Northgate Court
New Albany, IN 47150
When to See a Sports Medicine Physician: Tips for Athletes in the Louisville, KY, Area
As their title suggests, sports medicine physicians are uniquely trained to help athletes recover from sports injuries and maximize their performance. You don’t have to play for the Colts to consult with a sports medicine specialist, though. Anyone who enjoys participating in physical activity, from pick-up basketball to half marathons, can benefit from sports medicine.
Specifically, sports medicine physicians help patients recover from sudden musculoskeletal injuries (such as broken bones and soft tissue injuries that cause knee pain) and manage the effects of conditions like tendinitis and osteoarthritis. It’s typically best to begin treatment by consulting with your primary care physician. You may, however, want to consider seeing a specialist if your symptoms do not improve within a few weeks or continue to keep you on the sidelines.
Louisville Orthopaedic Clinic’s approach to sports medicine
Since 1974, Louisville Orthopaedic Clinic has helped athletes in the Louisville, Kentucky, area get back in the game. Our team includes board-certified orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine physicians, physical therapists, and other professionals who provide world-class care to athletes of all ages and levels. From sports-specific physical therapy regimens to minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures, we utilize advanced treatment approaches to help patients return to the activities they enjoy as quickly and safely as possible.
Contact Louisville Orthopaedic Clinic today to learn more about our approach to sports medicine or to schedule an appointment with a physician on our team. We can often accommodate patients with acute sports injuries within 24-48 hours. Our team is proud to serve athletes from Louisville and all surrounding communities.
Louisville Orthopaedic Clinic and Sports Rehabilitation Center complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.