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Sports Medicine at GHC-SCW

Our GHC-SCW Sports Medicine program treats non-operative musculoskeletal conditions in athletes and non-athletes. We can help you recover from your injuries or pains and get you back to your active lifestyle. We pride ourselves on providing quality care and convenience that you’ve come to rely on.

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For Athletes and Non-Athletes

You can use Sports Medicine if you:
  • Take part in team sports or individual sports (like marathon runners)
  • Are in performing arts (like dancers and musicians)
  • Are a weekend warrior
Non-athletes with musculoskeletal pain can also benefit from treatment by sports medicine specialists. This might include if you have an acute sprain, chronic tendonitis or arthritis.
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Sports Medicine Treatments

Sports medicine providers can diagnose, treat and manage any injuries you have. For example, they can do ultrasound-guided joint injections to help treat tendon or joint pain, inflammation or impaired mobility. They can educate you on future injury prevention and nutrition. They can also help you figure out when it’s safe to return to your activity. They might treat:

  • Sprains
  • Muscle strains
  • Fractures or breaks
  • Joint injuries (shoulder or knee)
  • Overuse injuries (rotator cuff or stress fracture)
  • Tendinitis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Concussions
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Getting an Appointment

To schedule a sports medicine appointment, first see your primary care provider, a physical therapist, an occupational therapist or an urgent care provider. They’ll do an evaluation and if they think you could use Sports Medicine, they will put an order in our system.
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