Devoted to the evaluation, diagnosis, and non-operative treatment of musculoskeletal pain, injury, and disease.
Providing services such as sports physicals (pre-season, pre-participation physical exams), exercise prescription, concussion management, sports/orthopedic injury evaluation & management, diagnostics, in-house manual therapy.
“Orthopedic Medicine” is a medical sub-specialty devoted to the evaluation, diagnosis, and non-operative treatment of musculoskeletal pain, injury, and disease. Some consider Orthopedic Medicine to be the Medical counterpart to Orthopedic Surgery, much like a Cardiologist is to a CardioThoracic Surgery, utilizing non-surgical diagnostic and treatment regimens to work towards patient cures. According to the “Father of Orthopedic Medicine”, the late Dr. James Cyriax, the birth of Orthopedic Medicine took place in 1929.
Epidural nerve blocks are corticosteroid injections which are used to decrease pain and inflammation caused by a herniated disc, sciatica, or spinal stenosis.Learn more about Epidural/Caudal Steroid Injections
If you are living with chronic, unmanageable pain from facet syndrome or spinal arthritis, this injection approach offers both a quick resolution and long term relief.Learn more about Facet Joint Injections
Growth hormone is responsible for cell regeneration and reproduction. Originating in the pituitary gland and secreted into the bloodstream, growth hormone interacts with tissues in the body.Learn more about Growth Hormone Supplementation
A procedure where a needle is advanced through the skin, under the direct visual guidance of using Ultrasound, to make small holes and slices in a tendon.Learn more about Percutaneous Needle Tenotomy
An injection procedure that encourages the body’s own natural healing cascade to repair damaged tissue.Learn more about Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy
Proliferation Injection Therapy is the surgical injection procedure used to stimulate natural healing.Learn more about Prolotherapy
The SI joint injection have a dual, diagnostic and therapeutic, purpose that allows the physician to confirm that irritation or damage to the SI joint is the source of your symptoms and also offer significant pain relief.Learn more about Sacroiliac Joint Injection
Viscosupplementation could be considered in patients who have persistent pain despite the use of conservative therapy or other sypmtoms.Learn more about Viscosupplementation Injections
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