Excellence in sports medicine care for high school, collegiate, professional and recreational athletes.
The Sports Medicine Service at Brigham and Women's Hospital provides a comprehensive range of sports medicine services for sports-related injuries, from sprains and strains to dislocations, fractures, and damaged muscles, tendons and ligaments. Athletes at all levels rely on our team for diagnosis and treatment with non-surgical options such physical medicine and rehabilitation. When surgery is the best option to relieve pain, we aim to use minimally invasive approaches that get our patients back to activity as soon as possible.
Our areas of expertise include:
Additionally, through our Safe Care Commitment, our orthopedic specialists are taking comprehensive measures to provide the safest possible environment for our patients, including offering the option for Virtual Visits where an in-person appointment isn't required.
Learn more about sports medicine at Brigham and Women's, and schedule an appointment or Virtual Visit today to see how our Orthopedic care doesn't stop.
Our sports medicine team offers individualized treatment to each patient. You can trust our orthopedic specialists to provide expert, compassionate patient care.
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If you have sudden or ongoing pain in your knee, hip or shoulder, you may wonder when it’s time to seek medical care for your joint problem. You may be able to manage pain on your own for a while, but how do you know if joint pain is a sign of a serious problem that needs care?
After struggling with joint pain for years, Doug chose to undergo hip and knee replacement surgeries with Brigham and Women's Department of Orthopedics. To his delight and surprise, in both cases he was able to go home the very same day as his surgery.
The knee, the largest joint in the body, bears most of our weight. Due to the natural wear-and-tear that comes with constant lifting and moving, the knee is frequently affected by arthritis.