Sports Injuries

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Call 1-800-533-UPMC (533-8762) to make an appointment with a doctor from the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
The Department of Physical MedicineĀ and Rehabilitation has board-certified specialists in:

Our team offers individually focused, customized care plans for adult athletes of all levels, including adaptive, senior, and wheelchair athletes.

Sports-related Injuries We Treat

  • Back and neck pain
  • Chronic overuse injuries
  • Concussions
  • Low energy
  • Lower body pain: ankle, foot, hip, knee
  • Muscle, ligament, and tendon injuries
  • Nerve pain
  • Upper body pain: elbow, hand, shoulder, wrist
  • Weight control

Treating Sports Injuries

Our treatment methods for sports-related injuries include:

Method Treatments and Services
Complementary therapies

Wellness strategies

  • Nutritional recommendations
  • Weight-loss strategies

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