Primary Care Sports Medicine

Athletes of all levels, whether children, middle-aged, or senior citizens, rely on healthy bones, joints, muscles, and ligaments to stay active. Primary care sports medicine is a specialty field where physicians not only have a keen understanding of musculoskeletal injuries, but also the expertise of how athletics can affect any aspect of the human body.

At Virginia Institute for Sports Medicine, our primary care sports medicine specialists are leaders in the field of sports medicine; they are involved in education, research, and hands-on field experience. Through advanced fellowship training and a gained clinical skill-set, our primary care sports medicine team provides the highest level of care to athletes of all ages, sports, and levels of competition.

At Virginia Institute for Sports Medicine, our primary sports medicine physicians specialize in all aspects of medicine as it relates to the athlete and sports participations. Whether an acute, chronic, or overuse injury, our specialized team has the knowledge to evaluate, diagnose, and develop a strategic, individualized plan, focusing on the use of non surgical, conservative treatment methods. With an emphasis on rehabilitation modalities, casting techniques, bracing, medication, and injections, our specialists’ goal is to return athletes to their previous levels of activity.