Sports Medicine Services

CNOS Sports Medicine provides advanced treatments for conditions and injuries affecting the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle. Caring for professional athletes and amateur players, our physician specialists provide cutting-edge nonsurgical therapies and complex surgeries, each personalized to optimally treat the condition.
 

Shoulder Pain

 

Knee Pain

Knee pain

CNOS Sports Medicine:

Non-surgical Sports Injury Treatments:

Your treatment options for sports-related injuries range from at-home strategies (resting, icing, and rest) to treatments that can be performed in the doctor’s office. Depending on your condition, nonsurgical options include the following.

Injection

Injection therapies for a range of conditions, from tennis elbow to arthritis.

Cortisone/Corticosteroid

An anti-inflammatory medicine, cortisone is used to lessen the pain. Often administered in the joints, cortisone injections can take several days to provide relief.

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

With this therapy, blood is drawn then put through a process named centrifugation which separates a large amount of platelets. The refined mixture is then injected into the injury, where a numerous concentration of growth factors may speed healing.

Viscosupplementation

A treatment for arthritis which involves injecting hyaluronic acid into the damaged joint to relieve pain.

Anti-Inflammatory Medications

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen.

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Physical therapy is often highly effective and can be used to treat a wide range of conditions. The CNOS rehabilitation program provides for the finest therapy treatments personalized to your condition.

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    Our approach is designed to better clarify and fully understand the etiology of your condition, leading to better treatments and improved quality of life. Our team utilizes the latest research studies as well as the foremost information from clinical trials in Neurological Tumors.

    To make an appointment or patient referral, please call CNOS at 605-217-2667.