Comprehensive Care for Athletic Injuries
OrthoGeorgia is proud to have Sports Medicine Board Certified and Fellowship Trained Orthopaedic Surgeons who are committed to the prevention, care, and rehabilitation of all athletic injuries, whether they happen on an organized sports field, at the workplace, or in your own backyard.
Our focus is to return the athlete back to play with full range of motion, strength, endurance, and function they had before the injury. The OrthoGeorgia physicians, trainers, and therapists collaborate together to design a customized sports medicine rehabilitation program for the specific needs of the individual and to promote fitness with a healthy living lifestyle.
Exclusive Orthopaedic Practice of Mercer University Athletics
Exclusive Orthopaedic Practice of Fort Valley State University
Exclusive Orthopaedic Practice of Middle Georgia State University
Along with sport event coverage for area colleges, high schools and sport organizations, OrthoGeorgia provides preseason health screenings for the student athletes. These screenings are required by the Georgia High School Associations for both public and private schools.
We believe education and community service are essential to any outreach program, so we engage our communities with sports medicine symposiums, coaches clinics, health fairs, campus health talks, back schools, and community fitness awareness forums.
OrthoGeorgia provides an Athletic Injury Clinic from 9am to 11am every Saturday (during football season only) at no cost to our local In-Season athletes; the service includes an X-ray and evaluation by a Sports Medicine Fellowship Trained physician.
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Prevent Sports Injuries in Central GA with OrthoGeorgia and the STOP Sports Injuries Initiative
At OrthoGeorgia, we are dedicated to providing our patients with the resources they need to perform their best on and off the field. Being aware of the right steps to prevent sports injuries is crucial to maintaining positive orthopaedic health and wellness. The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) developed the STOP (Sports Trauma and Overuse Prevention) Sports Injuries initiative, which focuses on the importance of sports safety, specifically regarding overuse and trauma injuries. Taking the proper prevention steps, combined with care from a certified sports medicine specialist, is key to staying in the game. Make sports safety your top priority with help from OrthoGeorgia and AOSSM!