Sports Medicine | Houston, TX
Houston Spine & Sports Medicine is a group of musculoskeletal specialist physicians serving the Houston market since 2003. We have assembled a team of medical providers with specialized expertise in several areas of sports medicine including regenerative orthopedic medicine.
Sports Medicine helps athletes prevent and treat injuries, recover faster and improve their performance. People that suffer from conditions that affect function and mobility can benefit from sports medicine. Some people just want to improve results from an exercise regimen. Certain disabilities can be improved upon with treatments from a sports medicine doctor. The services provided by a sports medicine specialist are not limited and can help everyone.
Examples of Conditions:
- Ankle sprains
- Knee injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Rotator cuff tears
- Elbow pain
- Ulnar collateral ligament injuries
- Osgood Schlatter
- Wrist pain
- Cartilage injuries
- Shin splints
- Muscle strains and tears
- Muscle cramps
Our doctors can also provide advice on diet, exercise, and supplements.
Sports Medicine helps athletes prevent and treat injuries, recover faster and improve their performance. People that suffer from conditions that affect function and mobility can benefit from sports medicine.
Reasons to Reach out to a Sports Medicine Specialist
During exercise or sports considerable injuries can happen. Things to look for would be; acute pain, inflammation, lack of feeling, and not being able to put weight on the affected area. In that case, immediate treatment is required at an urgent care center or emergency room rather than waiting to see a sports medicine specialist. If you are not experiencing any of these symptoms, call and schedule an appointment with one of our doctors at Houston Spine & Sports Medicine.
The majority of sports injuries do not need surgery.
At Houston Spine and Sports Medicine, our doctors stay abreast of the latest breakthroughs and make sure you get the best possible treatment. We pride ourselves on doing the most we can. Often patients will start to feel better within a few weeks and show significant improvement within the first couple of visits.