New Sports Medicine Clinic at UAB

Jan 10, 2024 at 06:21 pm by kbarrettalley

The clinic has 22 exam rooms.

The newly expanded Sports and Exercise Medicine Clinic at UAB is now open. Supported by the departments of Family and Community Medicine, Orthopaedic Surgery, and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, this multidisciplinary clinic offers a full spectrum of sports and exercise medicine services, including non-operative and surgical sports medicine. The clinic will also offer multiple sub-specialties, including nutrition, orthobiologics, cardio sports medicine, exercise in pregnancy, and physical medicine and rehabilitation.

UAB Sports and Exercise Medicine specializes in the evaluation, management, rehabilitation and prevention of injury and disorders in patients of all ages. The clinic offers cutting-edge sports science with the latest therapies and injury prevention programs not found anywhere else in the region, including its concussion, cardiac and exercise is medicine programs. It is the first site in Alabama to offer a new procedure for ACL repair that allows the body to repair its own ACL.

The clinic is equipped with 22 exam rooms, two procedure rooms, two radiology and ultrasound suites, and an exercise room. The clinical staff includes physicians, care coordinators, certified athletic trainers, physical therapists, radiologists, psychologists, nutritionists and pedorthists who have years of experience treating high school, collegiate, professional and adaptive athletes.

The new clinic is located at UAB Hospital-Highlands. To schedule an appointment, call 205-930-8339 or visit uabmedicine.org/sports.

UAB Sports and Exercise Medicine works with athletes from multiple organizations, including UAB Athletics, Alabama Ballet, Birmingham Legion FC, Bulls Hockey, United States Football League, Vulcans Rugby, Birmingham United Soccer Association, Hoover-Vestavia Soccer Club and multiple local high schools. The newly expanded Sports and Exercise Medicine Clinic at UAB is now open. Supported by the departments of Family and Community Medicine, Orthopaedic Surgery, and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, this multidisciplinary clinic offers a full spectrum of sports and exercise medicine services, including non-operative and surgical sports medicine. The clinic will also offer multiple sub-specialties, including nutrition, orthobiologics, cardio sports medicine, exercise in pregnancy, and physical medicine and rehabilitation.

UAB Sports and Exercise Medicine specializes in the evaluation, management, rehabilitation and prevention of injury and disorders in patients of all ages. The clinic offers cutting-edge sports science with the latest therapies and injury prevention programs not found anywhere else in the region, including its concussion, cardiac and exercise is medicine programs. It is the first site in Alabama to offer a new procedure for ACL repair that allows the body to repair its own ACL.

The clinic is equipped with 22 exam rooms, two procedure rooms, two radiology and ultrasound suites, and an exercise room. The clinical staff includes physicians, care coordinators, certified athletic trainers, physical therapists, radiologists, psychologists, nutritionists and pedorthists who have years of experience treating high school, collegiate, professional and adaptive athletes.

The new clinic is located at UAB Hospital-Highlands. To schedule an appointment, call 205-930-8339 or visit uabmedicine.org/sports.

UAB Sports and Exercise Medicine works with athletes from multiple organizations, including UAB Athletics, Alabama Ballet, Birmingham Legion FC, Bulls Hockey, United States Football League, Vulcans Rugby, Birmingham United Soccer Association, Hoover-Vestavia Soccer Club and multiple local high schools.

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