Sports medicine specializes in diagnosing and treating sports-related injuries and related conditions. Our goal is to get you back in the game as safely, quickly and pain-free as possible.
The sports medicine specialists at TriHealth Orthopedics & Sports Institute provide comprehensive care for competitive athletes, student-athletes, weekend warriors, and everyone in between. We care for sports injury patients of all ages, from pediatric to seniors.
In partnership with Bethesda Family Medicine, we train our Primary Care Sports Medicine Physicians in all aspects of sports medicine, including concussion care, musculoskeletal injuries, and medical and nutrition issues related to athletics. Our network of sports medicine professionals also includes orthopedic surgeons, physiatrists (physical rehabilitation medicine specialists), nurses, physical therapists and certified athletic trainers. We take a team approach to your care, working together to diagnose your condition and help you recover the strength and skills needed to return to the activities you love. While surgery may be required in some cases, we recommend non-surgical treatments whenever possible.
TriHealth Sports Medicine also provides service to more than 30 professional teams, high schools, club teams, colleges and universities, and other organizations.
Sports Medicine Conditions We Treat
Our sports medicine specialists know all about the wear and tear of an active lifestyle and what it takes to maintain health and safety at all levels of athletic activity. We work with you to prevent and manage injuries and build your endurance and flexibility, so you can return to play at the same level or better.
TriHealth sports medicine physicians diagnose and treat a comprehensive range of sports injuries and conditions, including:
- Bone fractures
- Female athlete triad (low energy with or without an eating disorder, menstrual dysfunction and low bone density)
- Joint injuries
- Joint pain
- Knee pain and ACL or PCL injuries
- Shoulder pain and rotator cuff injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Tendon and ligament injuries
- Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow
We also provide related sports medicine services including:
- Athletic training
- Coaches CPR / Sport Safety training and certification
- Educational programs and seminars
- Emergency care
- Event Medicine
- First aid response
- Functional sports training (BOOST)
- Injury treatment
- Neurocognitive testing (ImPACT™)
- Physician referrals
- Post-rehab and clinical exercise
- Pre-participation physicals
- Rehabilitation and sports therapy
Sports Medicine Diagnostic Services
At TriHealth Sports Medicine, we believe that a comprehensive evaluation is the critical first step to get you back to the activities you love. We work with you to understand your health history, your symptoms and the root cause of your injury or condition. Our diagnostic services include both common and advanced diagnostic tests, including:
- Compute tomography scan (CT)
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
- Electrodiagnostic medicine studies (EMG)
- Needle electromyography
- Nerve Conduction Studies (NCSs)
- Gait analysis
TriHealth sports medicine specialists have offices throughout the region. If you or a loved one has an injury after hours, we offer comprehensive injury care our Urgent Injury Clinic at Kenwood or our Rookwood location. TriHealth Priority Care is also open seven days a week with convenient locations.
Saturday Morning Sports Injury Clinic
Held every Saturday at our Kenwood office, this clinic is for anyone who may have suffered an athletic injury. At our Injury Clinic, you can receive care for an acute injury such as a sprain or fracture as well as concussion management services. Click here to learn more about hours and services available.
Make An Appointment
To learn more about sports medicine at TriHealth, call 513 246 7846.