Sports Medicine

Treatment for Sports-Related Injuries

Athletes are no strangers to injuries. Even if you weren’t injured during a sport, it’s not unusual to experience cramps or chronic pain during a game or while training. Thankfully, most sports-related injuries do not require surgery. The sports medicine physician at Kinisi Institute is specially trained in both the treatment and prevention of injuries. We can examine your injury and create a personalized treatment plan designed to get you back to normal activity as soon as possible.

Our sports medicine team can help you with:

  • Non-operative and spine concerns
  • Ultrasound diagnostic and therapeutic procedures
  • Regenerative medicine
  • Concussion management and other head injuries
  • Nutrition, supplements, ergogenic aids and performance issues
  • Injury prevention
  • Return-to-play decisions in the sick and injured athlete
  • Healthy lifestyle promotion

We know how stressful it can be taking time off from your normal activities. One of our goals is to strengthen the injured area so that this accident doesn’t happen again. We can also provide you with training exercises you can do to keep the injured area healthy and strong. It’s also important to examine your current workout routine to determine if it contributed to the injury in any way.

Contact us to learn more about the services and care we provide.

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    • Keeping Student Athletes Safe from Concussions Pat McDonough, MD and Jenna Mazour, NP make sure student athletes stay safe on the field and avoid concussions.
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    • What Sports Medicine Can Help With? Dr. Pat McDonough says sports medicine isn’t just for athletes, it’s for anyone who wants to get back to doing what they do.
  • Keeping Student Athletes Safe from Concussions Pat McDonough, MD and Jenna Mazour, NP make sure student athletes stay safe on the field and avoid concussions.
  • What Sports Medicine Can Help With? Dr. Pat McDonough says sports medicine isn’t just for athletes, it’s for anyone who wants to get back to doing what they do.