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Athletes of all levels deserve comprehensive, coordinated, patient-centered care to help them return to play more quickly and safely. Our goal is to make every step of care—from scheduling an appointment to finishing rehabilitation—efficient, effective and well-coordinated.
We treat all types of sports injuries and, when necessary, can provide priority access to foot and ankle, hand, sports concussion, and rehabilitation specialists. Our team ensures that all sports-related injuries are carefully and completely evaluated.
Official sports medicine team for the Grand Rapids Ballet, West Michigan Whitecaps, Davenport University and Calvin University.
The ACL, or anterior cruciate ligament, connects the thigh bone to the shin bone at the knee. It's often called the "sports ligament" because these injuries are very common among athletes. (Chris Clark | Spectrum Health Beat)
Josh Sheldon damaged his knee ligaments while playing indoor soccer this spring. Kurt Lockman, a Spectrum Health physical therapist, is helping him rehabilitate the knee post surgery. (Chris Clark | Spectrum Health Beat)
"It's not the end of the world when you have an injury like this," said Sheldon. "I saw so many helpful, friendly people along the way. Mine is definitely a happy ending story." (Chris Clark | Spectrum Health Beat)
Athletic trainers are health care professionals who play a pivotal role as a 'bridge' between physicians and athletes. Certified athletic trainers are on the front lines of care as they treat athletes at sporting events and practices. Spectrum Health Medical Group has licensed athletic trainers within our orthopedics offices and in the community, working with our partner schools, businesses, club and community partners.
Spectrum Health Medical Group partners with professional, club and community organizations, schools and employers to provide injury care, athletic training and physical therapy services.