Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery incorporates the clinical, educational, and investigational aspects of athletic injuries to treat athletes playing at the high school, college and professional levels, as well as recreational athletes from every age group.

The Sports Medicine Division faculty treat the full spectrum of athletic injuries in children and adults, not only in organizational contexts such as high school, college, and professional athletics but in the care of recreational athletes, such as golf and tennis. More than 3,000 procedures are performed annually by the Division, including arthroscopic procedures on the knee, shoulder, elbow, and ankle.

Read more about the Division of Sports Medicine, the Conditions &  Procedures we address, Our  Physicians, and Research & Clinical Trials within the Division.

Please visit our Patient Resources page to access downloadable articles, FAQs, and patient guides.

Residents and Fellows: The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery offers a residency in Sports Medicine Orthopaedics and three fellowship positions.

Sports Medicine: Overview

Sports Conditions & Procedures

Sports Medicine Physicians