Sports medicine deals with physical fitness by improving the body’s performance, recovering from injury, and preventing future injuries related to sports and exercise. Athletes of all ages are at risk for any number of injuries—sprains, strains, torn ligaments, broken bones, and concussions.
The Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic (TOC) Sports Medicine Team takes pride in its commitment to understanding the goals and motivations that drive athletes in their sport or performance activities. This commitment is essential to help athletes return to play as quickly and safely as possible.
Our expert dedication to sports medicine is why TOC physicians serve as the Official Team Physicians of Florida State University athletics, Florida A&M University athletics, Tallahassee Community College athletics and Chipola College. Our physicians also serve as team physicians for numerous high school, middle school, and youth and adult sport organizations throughout North Florida and South Georgia.
PRIMARY SPORTS MEDICINE
Primary care sports medicine physicians are fellowship trained in sports medicine and trained for total care of athletes, active individuals and ‘weekend warriors’ of all ages to ensure overall health and well being. At Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic, our primary care sports medicine physician works closely with your orthopedic surgeon, athletic trainers and physical or occupational therapists to provide comprehensive care.
From fellowship training, years of clinical experience, and involvement in research and education, our primary care sports medicine physician has extensive experience across the spectrum of medical conditions affecting our active population. We are team physicians for Florida State University, Florida A&M University, Tallahassee Community College and Chipola College athletics with experience caring for youth, high school and collegiate athletes.
- Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
Treatment for a Wide Range of Conditions Including:
- Sprains, strains, and other soft-tissue injuries
- Repetitive stress injury
- Concussion-related injury