SPORTS BRACING - SPORTS-RELATED INJURIES
There are two principal types of braces used in sports medicine: rehabilitative and prophylactic. In rehabilitative bracing, the prime focus is to allow a protected range of motion after surgery for the injured joint.
- Prophylactic braces are designed to stop or lessen the severity of injuries, so their focus is prevention.
- Custom-made braces, which non-restrictive are principally rehabilitative, provide security for unstable joints and are fabricated from measurements and/or cast molds to fit the athlete for a specific purpose.
People of all ages can suffer from sports-related injuries. Sprains, strains, muscle pulls, and tendonitis are all too familiar injuries that MD West ONE sports medicine physicians treat on a daily basis.
Fellowship Trained Sports Medicine Physcians
We have fellowship-trained sports medicine physicians who specialize in treating sports injuries, so you can rest assured they can take care of even the most complex injury. They provide comprehensive sports medicine services including diagnosis, treatment, physical therapy, and when necessary, the latest surgical techniques such as arthroscopy. And because we know teamwork is key — MD West ONE, if neccessary, can utilize more than one subspecialist to treat your injury, minimize downtime, and expedite return to normal activity. Meet our sports medicine specialists below!
We Treat Sports Injuries for Athletes at All Levels
Youth Recreational Athletes
Youth League Athletes
High School Athletes
Adult Recreational Athletes