Comprehensive Sports Medicine in North Central Arkansas & South Central Missouri
Regardless if you are an amateur Frisbee player or a professional football
player, you need to be careful while playing your sport. Unfortunately,
injuries occur all the time during sporting events due to their physical
and competitive nature. Students, recreational players, and professional
athletes alike need to engage in safe playing practices to reduce the
risk of injury. At Baxter Regional Medical Center, our comprehensive and
fully integrated sports medicine program can be tailored to fit each athlete’s
fitness or recovery goals.
One Size Does Not Fit All
As an athlete, you wouldn’t wear someone else’s shoes to a
match or competition because they may not fit properly. The same is true
for rehabilitation programs. Since athletes’ bodies are very different
from one another, it would not make sense to prescribe the same rehabilitation
program to different patients. At BRMC, our sports specialists spend extensive
amounts of time getting to know you and your body. After we are confident
that we know how your specific body operates, we will work alongside you
to create a comprehensive, personalized program for recovery.
Several common sport injuries our skilled doctors have experience with are:
- Sprained ankles
- Pulled groins
- Strained hamstrings
- Shin splints
- ACL tears
- Tennis elbow
- Strained hip flexor
- Knee injuries
- Shoulder injuries
High Quality Medical Treatment
To get back into competing, you need to recover as quickly and efficiently
as possible. Our sports specialists at BRMC have extensive experience
with handling sports injuries and treating them safely and effectively.
By utilizing educational programming, we teach our patients how to reduce
the risk of injury and how to recover more effectively. Our proficient
sports specialists are exceedingly knowledgeable about proper strength
building, conditioning, flexibility, endurance, and training techniques.
Our rehabilitation techniques and technology are unparalleled. Let us
help you get better so you can get back on the field and start playing again.