Knee Pain

Hip Pain

Shoulder Pain

Elbow Pain

Foot & Ankle Pain

Low Back Pain

Upper Back Pain

Hand & Wrist Pain

Knee - Conditions We Treat

Meniscus Injuries and Tears

Injuries to the meniscus of the knee can cause stabbing pains that make activity difficult. Our sports medicine team have the tools to help your damaged meniscus heal and get you back to the active lifestyle you desire.

Knee Cap (Patellar) Pain

Poor mechanics of the foot and ankle can cause compensations of the knee joint. Muscle imbalances can pull the knee cap out of alignment and cause rubbing against the thighbone. Clicking and difficulty squatting are common symptoms of patella dysfunction.

Knee Strains and Sprains

Trauma or repetitive stress can cause injury to the tendons and ligaments of your knee. This can lead to pain and instability that limits your activity 

Knee Arthritis

Over time, knee joints lose lubricating fluid that protects the joints from rubbing together.  As the joint dries out, friction causes cartilage to wear away and the bones to rub together. Chronic inflammation, swelling and pain occurs for hundreds of thousands of people each year who experience this painful condition. 

Hip and Pelvis - Conditions We Treat

Hip Osteoarthritis

The cartilage in between the joints of the hip can wear away over time forcing the bones to rub together. As the hip loses its lubricating liquid, painful friction develops within the joint and swelling and stiffness occur. Range of motion becomes significantly limited and walking can become difficult. Our sports medicine physicians have tools to rehydrate and rejuvenate dry and arthritic joints and turn back the clock on your hips. 

Hip Flexor Tendonitis

Sitting for extended periods of time can shorten the psoas muscles on the front of the low back. Clicking of the hips, low back stiffness and pain while squatting are common signs of hip flexor pathology.  

IT Band Syndrome

Poor mechanics of the ankle, knee and hips can cause the muscles of the outer thigh to tighten up and spasm. Many individuals who run or exercise with poor mechanics can deal with the sharp pains on the outside of the knee and hips. 

Shoulder - Conditions We Treat

Shoulder Bursitis

When the protective cushion within our shoulder called a Bursa becomes inflamed, swelling and pinching of nearby muscles and nerves can cause shoulder pain that worsens while lifting overhead 

Rotator Cuff Tears

Tears to the muscles that support the shoulders can lead to instability and muscle spasms around the area. Most tears do not require surgery and a full recovery is possible with the right care. 

Muscle Strains

Poor posture and mechanics of the shoulder cause constant stress to the muscles of the shoulders. Painful scar tissue and toxins can build up within the muscles the shoulder, limiting range of motion and causing chronic inflammation. 

Shoulder Athritis

Over time, shoulder joints lose lubricating fluid that protects the joints from rubbing together.  As the joint dries out, friction causes cartilage to wear away and bones to rub together. Chronic inflammation, swelling and pain occurs for hundreds of thousands of people each year who experience this painful condition. 

Elbow - Conditions We Treat

Elbow Arthritis

The cartilage in between the joints of the elbow can wear away over time forcing the bones to rub together. As the elbow loses it’s lubricating liquid, painful friction develops within the joint and swelling and stiffness occur. Range of motion becomes significantly limited and walking can become difficult. Our sports medicine physicians have tools to rehydrate and rejuvenate dry and arthritic joints and turn back the clock on your elbows.

Medial and Lateral Epicondylitis

Individuals struggling with pinpoint pain on the outer or inner portion of the elbow often have a condition known as epicondylitis. The attachment point of the forearm muscles to the elbow is a common site for inflammation to develop. Our staff can reduce inflammation, break up scar tissue and improve elbow mechanics to get you back to enjoying your active lifestyle.

Foot and Ankle - Conditions We Treat

Ankle Sprains

Injuries can overstretch the ligaments and tendons of the ankle and cause instability and pain. Our clinicians use diagnostic ultrasound to identify damage and develop specific rehab plans to get you a full a speedy recovery.

Plantar Fasciitis

Injuries and damage to the fascia on the bottom of the foot can lead to chronic inflammation and pain. Many feel pinpoint pain at the base of the heel that is aggravated during exercise. Our therapists break up scar tissue and improve foot and ankle mechanics to get you lasting relief.  

Ankle Arthritis

The cartilage in between the joints of the ankle can wear away over time forcing the bones to rub together. As the ankle loses its lubricating liquid, painful friction develops within the joint and swelling and stiffness occur. Range of motion becomes significantly limited and walking can become difficult. Our sports medicine physicians have tools to rehydrate and rejuvenate dry and arthritic joints and turn back the clock on your feet and ankles. 

Lower Back Pain - Conditions We Treat

Sciatica

Mechanical problems and instability of the lumbar spine and sacroiliac joints cause pressure and irritation of the sciatic nerve that can lead to symptoms such as numbness, pain and tingling that radiates down the back of the leg.

Herniated Discs

Trauma and degeneration can cause cracks within the weakened areas of the spinal discs. As this happens, the jelly-like material of the center of the disc will leak out and irritate the surrounding areas. Pinching, numbness, and pressure can occur as the disc balloons out and pinches the nearby nerves.

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

Many people who frequently feel “uneven hips” or experience pain after walking have problems with their sacroiliac joints. Instability to the ligaments that support these ligaments can cause muscles to become overworked and spasms, leaving many people to always feel stiffness and soreness in their lower back.

Spinal Arthritis

Degeneration to the cartilage within the joints of the spine can cause bones to rub together and lead to pain that is focused in the lower back.

Pulled Muscles and Strains

Trauma or “moving the wrong way” can flare up painful muscle spasms in your lower back. The pain can be debilitating, affecting every aspect of your life. We can help relieve the spasms and fix the underlying cause of your pain. 

Upper Back Pain - Conditions We Treat

Bulging Disc

Trauma or degeneration cause cracks or tears to the weak spots in the discs of the cervical spine. The inner jelly like material can “bulge” out and put pressure on nearby nerves. Symptoms can include but are not limited to: 

  • Radiating pain or numbness that runs down the arms and fingers 
  • Headaches 
  • Pain that travels down into the shoulder blades
  • Pinching sensations in neck 

Spinal Arthritis

Degeneration to the cartilage within the joints of the cervical spine can cause bones to rub together and lead to pain that is focused in the neck. 

Muscle Stiffness and Pain

Hours every day hunched over at a desk with poor posture can take its toll on the muscles of the neck and upper back. Chronic tightness and stiffness can occur as scar tissue develops within the muscles.  

Wrist and Hand- Conditions We Treat

Sprained Wrist

Injuries to the ligaments of your wrist and hand can affect man common activities you do every day:
  • Difficulty Pushing Weight During Exercise
  • Trouble Opening Doorknobs and Turning Keys
  • Pain During Typing

We have treatments that can help speed up your recovery time and build back your strength

 

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Trapped Nerves in your wrist can lead to feelings of numbness and tingling in your hands and fingers that affect many common activites:
  • Fingers frequently fall asleep at night
  • Pain during typing
  • Weakness during exercise
Our providers have a variety of tools to help decompress your nerve and restore sensation to your hands and fingers