How we approach sports medicine care

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We personalize your needs.

We know everyone wants to receive care that’s specific to their situation, from serious athletes to people trying to enjoy an active lifestyle on weekends. That’s why we provide treatment and education designed specifically to get you back to what you love.

We take a team approach to injuries.

We treat every active injury we see in our office the same way. Our team of sports medicine experts will provide you with everything you need, including MRIs, follow up visits, and surgery if needed. We’re also always standing by to provide prevention measures and deal with injuries and rehab during game days for athletes, or just to facilitate that next family hike or afternoon with the grandkids.

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We work as a team because together, we can provide just about every part of orthopedics and health care from within our sports medicine group, including acute injuries, referrals, and everything in between.

What to expect during your first office visit.

When you come in for your first appointment you can expect three important things from us:

  • We will listen to you.
  • We will examine you thoroughly.
  • We will do all necessary tests and imaging work needed to make a clear diagnosis.

Once we know what’s wrong, we will offer you options on how to proceed. We’ll take your short- and long-term needs into consideration, as well as your recovery goals, and decide on the best course of action with you. From there we will make a plan for care, bring in all necessary support from our hospital teams, coordinate the scheduling of your services, and monitor your progress.

Get ready for your visit with our list of questions to ask your doctor.

Be prepared for your consultation so you understand your diagnosis and what comes next.

Questions guide
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  • Why do you think this is the right diagnosis for me?
  • Is my condition common, and have you treated it before?
  • Will I be able to get back to doing what I want to do every day?
  • What treatment option do you think is best for me?
  • Who will be coordinating my care?
  • What will recovery look like for me?
  • How long will this treatment last?
  • How will this treatment impact my life?
  • What changes will I need to make to stay healthy?
  • Who should I call if I have more questions?

Managing the cost of your care.

Making sure you understand every aspect of your health care costs is very important to us. For support and navigation assistance, visit our billing information page.

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