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Sports Medicine

Prevention, evaluation, and management of illness and injury in athletic and physically active patients.


Prevention, evaluation, and management of illness and injury in athletic and physically active patients

The term “Sports medicine” is used by various groups of people to confer a multitude of different meanings and fields of study. From Chiropractors to personal trainers in your local gym, from Orthopedic Surgeons to athletic trainers at your child’s local high school – the term is sometimes claimed by people in all of these professions.

Although each of these positions may fall within the very large scope of treating athletes and/or active patients, the term, as pertaining to this website and the information within, will be the following: “Sports Medicine is a sub-specialty branch of medicine dealing with the prevention, evaluation, and management of illness and injury in athletic and physically active patients”.

A “SM Specialist” is a Board-Certified Physician (M.D., or D.O) with unique and specialized medical training in both the treatment and prevention of illness and injury. For more information, please visit

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Epidural/Caudal Steroid Injections

Epidural nerve blocks are corticosteroid injections which are used to decrease pain and inflammation caused by a herniated disc, sciatica, or spinal stenosis.

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Facet Joint 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.

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Proliferation Injection Therapy is the surgical injection procedure used to stimulate natural healing.

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Sacroiliac Joint Injection

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.

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Medial Branch Blocks

Performed to block pain signals sent from the medial branch nerves, which supply the facet joints.

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Viscosupplementation Injections

Viscosupplementation could be considered in patients who have persistent pain despite the use of conservative therapy or other sypmtoms.

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Botox for Chronic Migraines

Are you having 15 or more headache days a month? Is each headache lasting 4 hours or more? You may have chronic migraine.

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