Patients at Texas Orthopedic Hospital receive the latest and most effective diagnostics and treatments available in sports medicine, along with advanced surgical techniques developed by the physicians at Fondren Orthopedic Group.
A sports injury can occur on any part of the body, and are either acute or chronic. Acute injuries occur suddenly during activity; chronic injuries are usually a result of overusing one area of the body.
A team approach is best for optimal recovery. Texas Orthopedic Hospital provides several sports-medicine related services, all under one roof, including:
- Physical, occupational, and aquatic therapies
- Multi-disciplinary and licensed staff, one-on-one treatment
- Unique rehabilitation techniques
- Hand therapy
- McKenzie Method, an effective system that encourages patients to take control of their own treatment. Our McKenzie Method therapist is certified in a precise system of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of back and extremity pain
Sports injuries usually involve the musculoskeletal system, which includes the muscles, bones, and tissues such as cartilage. One of the most common areas affected by a sports injury is the knee.